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<p><strong>A woman in Brazil with proverbial audacity carried the corpse of an old man to the bank to co-sign a loan for her: “Uncle, are you listening?” she told him, in a terrifying video that is making the rounds around the world. Rio de Janeiro</strong>to try to get him to co-sign a loan. The bank customer, identified as Erika de Souza Vieira Nunes, was captured on video standing next to the deceased who was sitting in a chair and seemingly holding up his fallen head.</p>
<p>The gruesome video, which has been shown first reported by TV Globo, Brazil's largest broadcaster, captured Nunes speaking to the dead man, whom she called her “uncle,” and asking him to sign financial documents that would allow her to get a loan of $3,400.</p>
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“Uncle, are you listening; You must sign [the loan agreement]. If you don't sign, there's no way, because I can't sign for you,” Nunes says in the video, placing a pen between his thin fingers and instructing him to hold it “firmly.” “Sign so you don't provoke me headaches,I can't take it anymore,” he added. When a bank clerk tries to point out that the man's color indicates that he is not well, the unscrupulous woman dismisses his concerns.

“That's right. He's not saying anything,” Nunes says. “Uncle, do you want to go back to [the hospital]?”Concerned bank employees then quickly called the police, who arrived and arrested Nunes. It was later determined that the deceased, identified as 68-year-old Paulo Roberto Braga, had been dead for several hours before his “grand guignol” trip to the bank.

“He tried to pretend that he got him to sign the loan . He already entered the bankdeadPolice Chief Fabio Luiz told TV Globo. “The main thing is to continue the investigation to locate other family members and learn more about this loan.”

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<p>Officers said they will look into the circumstances of his death and try to determine whether Nunes is indeed his niece and whether other relatives were involved in the <strong>alleged attempted bank fraud</strong> . Nunes could face charges of theft by fraud or embezzlement and abuse of a corpse.in a mall in Brazil</strong> before taking her to the bank where she tried to withdraw money from an account.</p>
<p>Rio de Janeiro Civil Police Chief Fabio Souza told Brazilian news agency G1 on Wednesday that while he could not say exactly when Vraga died, marks visible on the back of his head indicated he had been dead for about two hours.</p>
<p>“It is not possible to say the exact moment of death,” Souza said, adding that the rideshare app driver who left de Souza with her dead uncle at the bank is being sought. The defendant says the man died while sitting in a wheelchair at the bank, a claim police dispute. “In my 22-year career, I've never seen a story like this,” Souza said.</p>
<p><strong>What she says</strong></p>
<p>According to her version of events, which she revealed on Brazilian show Fantastico, she “doesn't remember much” about what happened at the bank.</p>
<p>Nunes, who is currently undergoing psychiatric treatment and taking medication prescribed for insomnia, she said she “doesn't know if it was the effect of the medication that day” but may have taken more than prescribed.</p>
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Erika de Souza Vieira Nunes, 43, has spoken out after a period in detention, saying in a tearful interview with Brazilian media: “The days away from my family have been horrible, very difficult”https://t.co/p1pkrT5CEc pic.twitter.com/z3hYTDXt10

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She also pointed out that the other witnesses at the scene did not seem to realize that her uncle was dead.

“Neither I nor the others noticed. How do you give a dead person a piece of paper to sign?'' she asked.

Nunes was eventually released because she is not considered a flight risk and so she can continue to care for her disabled daughter. .

“I didn't realize my uncle was dead… I'm not that person they're talking about, I'm not that monster,” she said in her defense.

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