*Here’s a story that’s absolutely insane, disgraceful, embarrassing and disrespectful … by our standards here in the US.

We’re talking about a video of two women twerking over/on a coffin while reggaeton music blasts in the background during a funeral.

Trust us, no one living at least seems to have any issues with what’s going down. In the video, for all the world to see, while one girl is working her booty furiously over the coffin, another lifts her already short, short skirt while some else douses her with ice water.

In case you’re wondering, the footage appears to have been shot in South America. According to posts on social media, people are speculating that it happen in Venezuela or Colombia. So apparently, that’s how they do it there.

A little after the first woman’s skirt is lifted, another girl dressed in tight-fitting trousers joins in and begins twerking behind her, even rubbing herself over the coffin as she is egged on by onlookers who look as if they are at a party rather than a funeral.

Others can be seen slapping the girls on their backsides as they dance provocatively and a bucket of water is thrown over the pair.

twerking on coffin

While you’re watching the video, check out how one man attempts to balance flowers on top of the coffin before they are swiped off by someone else.

For a second time, the man attempts to rearrange the flowers on top of the coffin before giving up and moving out of the camera’s frame.

Ignoring the disappointed man, one woman even lifts up the dancer’s skirt and slaps her repeatedly across the bottom.

Check this out. The coffin was on top of two motorbikes and although it is not known where the video was taken, social media users have speculated it was shot in Venezuela or Colombia.

It is believed mourners decided on the bizarre homage because the dead man was a reggaeton fan.

The video, posted on Facebook under the title ‘When Brayan dies’, features a dance hit by raggaeton singer Alexio, reports the Daily Mail.

One social media user said: ‘This video has got to be kept so that some intelligent species in the future (if there is going to be one) studies how mankind has come close to extinction.’