the Story of a studentervogn that Saturday morning passing by a funeral in Sæby Church, in days gone around Denmark.
the Story went viral after Michael Justesen, who is a director at TV2/Nord and attended the funeral in Sæby Church, wrote a touching lookups for the students on Facebook.
the Class rode in the wagon from Saturday morning at 8 o'clock to at nine o'clock in the evening. It was a more eventful day than they had expected. Photo: Private
For the Extra Magazine he told earlier in the day, he just managed to think 'Oh no', since the carriage with the partying students approached the church, just as the coffin came into sight of the church. But when he looked up after the white hats, they were not there.
'well, but they are taken of the minds. The students standing stock-still with huerne in the hand and the front against the church, while they pass the hearse and the procession', writes Michael Justesen in his posting, where he pays tribute to the students for their touching gesture.
Read the full story here.
on board the country's today's most talked-studentervogn were among other 21-year-old Mikkel Schade-Egedal, who has just got his cap on, along with the rest of the 3.N from Frederikshavn Gymnasium and Martec.
- It has been a touching experience, and it is the whole game, that it has come so spread out. We keep a party up in the carriage with confetti, alcohol and loud music. But as we drove past the church, it quickly went up for us, that was something sad. So we turned off with the same music and took huerne of. Were all just agree that it was the right thing to do, says Mike Schade-Egedal to the Extra Blade.
He and the class were out for a drive in the carriage from Frederikshavn to Aalborg from 8 o'clock Saturday morning to around the clock 21. They had therefore already been started in a few hours, as their gesture at the church, which today is referred to by several Danish media, took place. And it was not long before they are even discovered Mikael Justesens postings on Facebook.
- We had just been touched by Troels, when one of us discovered it and read it aloud. It was completely quiet, for it was very overwhelming, " says the 21-year-old new student, and continues:
- I'm just glad that we had the surplus and be able to show it respect, even though we were full. I'm super proud of my class. Actually, we did just that, I think everyone should do. We didn't, it would get in the media.