Woman finds charity shop jacket with note inside asking to ‘bury me in this’

A charity shop customer accidentally found someone's dying wish pinned to a jacket she was looking to buy.

The eerie message, which says "bury me in this red suit", was in the pocket of the jacket she was trying on in a charity shop.

Hundreds have reacted since Scott Murray, from North Carolina in the US, posted a photograph of the message on Facebook earlier this week.

"Thrift shopping JoAnn found this lovely red jacket and it had a note pinned in the pocket," he wrote.

Many of the commenters were sad to see that whoever wrote that note obviously did not get their dying wish, reports LadBible.

"I think maybe the woman passed but no one knew her wishes," one woman wrote.

Another wrote: "She probably should have pinned it in a more obvious place.

"Deciding what to dress your loved one in for their funeral is so difficult and emotional. I’m sure her family would have done it if the note wasn’t hidden."

Others were trying to figure out whether they could track down the original owner of the jacket, but some people saw the funny side.

One woman said it looked like her grandmother's handwriting.

In Australia, police have been conducting an investigation after a mum-of-three was found dead inside a charity shop bin earlier this week.

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The body of Mikki O’Shea, 43, was found in a donation bin at a Gold Coast shopping centre on Monday morning.

Queensland Police said they were not treating Mikki's death as suspicious, and described her passing as a case of "misadventure".

News.com.au reports Ms O’Shea had been trying to grab an item from the donation bin when the lid came down and she became trapped.

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