At a first glance, the picture below is just another glamorous young woman taking yet another selfie to document another day in her life.
Nothing to see here and hey, at least she’s not throwing her expensive iPhone in the air as part of some faddy craze .
Except, if you look more closely you’ll notice there’s something a little off about what’s going on in the background – and she certainly isn’t alone in the frame.
And the snap has in fact earned her the nickname ‘LadyFuneral’.
Dressed in black and with a sober expression on her face, Francesca Fierros Palomino took the candid snap at her grandfather’s funeral. And you can see ‘him’ too, as the coffin is in the background.
It seems this photo proved ‘too far’ for even the most dedicated selfie taker, as Francesca, from Jalisco, Mexico, has subsequently come under a lot of fire amid questions of appropriacy.
Going by the name of Francia on Facebook, the young woman’s picture was taken in the church where the funeral of her grandfather took place.
She posted the selfie in the church online with the message: “Rest in Peace, granddad” with the symbol of a coffin and a grandfather.
But Francia’s selfies didn’t stop here..
Undeterred by the comments, after the funeral, she posted another picture of herself posing in front of a mirror, with the message: “coming back from the funeral, Rest in Peace granddad”.
Just in case you hadn’t realised she was at a funeral in the first place.
Francia is known in local media for loving a stylish selfie, but on this occasion, she misfired, and people have not held back in their criticism.
‘Katerin Tellez’ wrote, “If she was my daughter and it was my father’s funeral I would have taken her away from there. What a lack of respect.”
‘Maggie Muzher’ added, “better to be dead than watching the stupidity of his granddaughter.”
But the harshest burn of the lot cam from Luis Ramirez Palacio’ who criticised her makeup, saying, “She is the person who looks like the dead with all that makeup on her face.”