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Winehouse's Bodyguards

Posing with Amy's Ashes

7/26/2011 2:40 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

In one final bizarre photo op with Amy Winehouse, the singer's former bodyguards posed with a box containing Amy's ashes as they left the crematorium in London earlier today...a family rep confirms to TMZ.

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The man in the center of the photo is Andrew Morris -- the bodyguard who found Winehouse's body and called for help.



Winehouse was cremated at the Golders Green Crematorium in North London ... following an emotional ceremony for close friends and family.

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31.

Sandra     

Strange but then her life was sadly weird!!

1099 days ago
32.

hmmmmmer    

Wow, can you say enablers? These people should be giving their salaries back for being inept.

1099 days ago
33.

AH    

Picture is retarded.....why would you want a picture of you holding the urn ...freaks

1099 days ago
34.

shadough    

Who the hell takes a picture with a box of ashes right after a funeral???

1099 days ago
35.

Koolfingaz    

This is a scary picture.... What kind o **** is this? they are holding the box like if they caught a deer for eating or sumfin... wowsers!!

1099 days ago
36.

Sunshine    

Nice pic

1099 days ago
37.

CRAZYGIRL    

I don't get it! All my family live in the North of England Liverpool, Rock Ferry, Port Sunlight, Heswall. When someone dies they are cremated, thats what they do. But if your Jewi*****s a sin, to be cremated. Amy was Jewish, cremated? I hope Amy is at peace in heaven!!!!I don't think her mom and dad would allow for her ashes to be past around like that!!!

1099 days ago
38.

SSinOC    

I'm surprised they're looking at the camera instead of the other way? **rolls eyes**

1099 days ago
39.

elguapo    

Do her bodyguards have a CPR certification or First Aid Certification?
Somehow I doubt it.

Where the hell where they all when she died? I bet they were out back rolling some dice drinking some 40's.

1099 days ago
40.

Terr    

**** it just hit me man!!!
This is ****in sad.

1099 days ago
41.

Bruno    

Tacky.

1099 days ago
42.

mag    

About 20 years ago my aunt passed away and one of her friends asked if we wanted to pose for a picture with her at the casket. We did not. Then about 5 years ago an in-law asked me to take a picture of their mother in her casket because it was something their family use to do and she had told them before she passed to take a picture of her in her casket. Then some weeks later the family found a couple old pictures at her house of groups of people at funerals posing with the person in the casket... some people were smiling and some were somber. So this does not surprise me in the least. One last picture with a person they loved.

1099 days ago
43.

Cooley    

I don't see anything wrong with this pic.
It's a way to remember a sacred moment. They were close to her and it's probably a special moment for them.

I do think selling it would be wrong. But we have no evidence they sold it or shopped it do we?

Maybe they just showed people this pic because they liked it.

1099 days ago
44.

DatDogBitez    

Honestly, it doesn't seem bizarre to me at all. These men spent years watching her back. I think it's actually rather poignant... their last job... be with her, surround her, protect her. Even as she's just ash now.

1099 days ago
45.

Barbara    

inappropriate photo

1099 days ago
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