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Mourners at a recent funeral in Zimbabwe were caught by surprise when the guest of honor sat up in his coffin.

According to local reports, 34-year-old Brighton Dama Zanthe, the seemingly dead man, woke up last week while friends and family prepared to pay their respects at his home in Gweru.

"I was the first to notice Mr. Zanthe?s moving legs as I was in the queue to view his body. At first I could not believe my eyes but later realized that there was indeed some movements on the body as other mourners retreated in disbelief," Lot Gaka, one of the mourners and Zanthe's employer, told The Herald.

Fortunately, Zanthe woke up just in time; his body was set to be transported to a funeral parlor later that day. After Zanthe "resurrected" he was taken to a local hospital, where he remained on life support for two days before eventually being released.

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So.. Didn't anyone think to check if he has a pulse or was breathing? Didn't they get a doctor to check him out to see if he really was dead, or are their doctors complete morons?

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There's an Obamacare joke in here somewhere....

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I bet he had a big appetite. :p

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The Zombie Apocalypse has started. :p

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Of course he will probably be killed now, because obviously he's a witch or something. Or maybe some girl in the village will be tortured and killed for bringing him back to life.

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