A multi-millionaire real estate mogul has been buried in a gold casket, wearing $100,000 worth of jewellery and doused in Moet champagne.
33-year-old Sheron Sukhedo was killed in a drive-by shooting outside his in-law’ home in Trinidad and Tobago last week.
On Friday (today), the young millionaire who was a second-hand car dealer was laid to rest in the manner in which he lived — showing off all his wealth.
His casket was adorned with gold pendants, while his body was covered in his gold jewellery and a pair of Timberland boots.
The father-of-two’s body was escorted from his funeral service to the crematorium in a $150,000 Bentley.
His jewellery is believed to have been removed before he was cremated. Police are now investigating a possible family connection to Sukhedo’s death.
Members of the Rasta City gang had been plotting his murder years ago, despite Sukhedo being protected by a rival gang, according to the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian.
An attempt on his life was made two years ago but he survived. Investigation into Sukhedo’s death continues.