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Dressed body of dead teen propped up in chair and surrounded by favourite snacks for bizarre memorial serviceThe

body of a dead teenager was dressed and propped up in a chair while surrounded by his favourite snacks for a bizarre memorial se

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ice. Renard Matthews, 18, was shot in the head in June while he walked his dog in New Orleans, America. The football-loving student was described as a homeboy who loved playing video games by his heartbroken mum Temeka

. As part of an unusual memorial to the dead teenager, Renard was placed in a chair wearing a Celtics football shirt in a nod to his favourite team, the Boston Celtics. Renard was dress

ed in his favourite football shirt as a nod t

o his team, the Boston Celtics A games console controller had been placed in his hand Read MoreRelated ArticlesNewlyweds near-death experience during their post-ceremony photoshoot caught on camera WGNO reports that he was placed in front of TV with a games console controller in his hand while surrounded by his favourite snacks at the Charbonnet Labat Glapion Funeral Home. Food placed on the table next to him included a fizzy cola drink, Doritos and some chocolate cereal, whi

ch had been placed on the floor. Renar

d was also pictured wearing his favourite player socks in a scene made to look like a typical, family home. The softly-lit area was cordoned off with ropes and seats for family and friends attending the memorial were neatly laid out behind the body. According to the Times Picayune , police were called to the scene in the Florida area of New Orleans at around 9:40pm after reports a person was down. Renards body looked just like he was sat back playing a video game Renards body was placed in the softly-lit area which had been designed to mimic a family home A Cola drunk and crisps placed next to the body Read MoreRelated ArticlesThe bizarre funerals where the dead become the living again thanks to new dress-up craze New Orleans Police Department said officers found a 17-year-old boy at the scene with a gunshot wound to the head. He was also reportedly robbed on his mobile phone. Renard

s aunt, Natasha Joseph said her nephew was a hardworking student who loved playing football and basketball. She went on to explain how her nephew was part of a good, hardworking family. Polic

e have launched an investigation into the shooting, but no arrests have been made.

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