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A Man Searching for His Missing Death Certificate!

IRAS officer Ananth Rupanagudi posted the pic on X, wondering out aloud “whether we should start believing in ghosts”.
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A curious case of a man getting an advertisement about his “lost death certificate” published in a newspaper has been making the rounds of social media giving rise to much amusement. What could be a typo error or a grammatical mistake has now become a source of humour as netizens are left speculating publicly as to what the ad could mean!

IRAS officer Ananth Rupanagudi posted the pic, wondering out aloud “whether we should start believing in ghosts searching for a death certificate!”.

Here is his tweet:


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