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A Vietnamese man dug up his wife’s corpse and slept beside it for five years because he wanted to hug her in bed, an online newspaper says. The 55-year-old man from a small town in the central province of Quang Nam opened up his wife’s grave in 2004, moulded clay around the remains to give the figure of a woman, put clothes on her and then placed her in his bed, Vietnamnet.vn said. The man, Le Van, told the website that after his wife died in 2003 he slept ontop of her grave, but about 20 months later he worried about rain, wind and cold, so he decided to dig a tunnel into the grave “to sleep with her”.
His children found out, though, and prevented him from going to the grave. So one night in November 2004 he dug up his wife’s remains and took them home, Vietnamnet reported. Mr Van then moulded a figure around the skeleton using clay and dressed the body up in women’s clothing and make-up. The website carried a photo of Van with the figure of his wife, which is still in his home. The father of seven said neighbours did not dare visit the house for several years. “I’m a person that does things differently. I’m not like normal people,” he was quoted as saying.