Customers at an Australian Costco have been left speechless since the retailer sells inexpensive coffins and urns right next to the barbecues.
The display was found after an image of it was uploaded to a social media platform by a customer.
Someone who frequently shops in the North Lakes district of Brisbane uploaded a photo to their blog showing the window display at one of the local stores.
The photograph shows urns and coffins placed directly close to a grilling area.
“At the appropriate time, you can take a look at this spur-of-the-moment impulsive purchase at the register.
I want to get a full-size one so that I may mount it to the roof rack of my car and then continue driving with it permanently connected “the text that was under the image.
However, it didn’t take long at all for others to notice the peculiar display on social media, and when they did, they flooded the comment section of the post.
A renowned grocery chain that is known for providing customers with inexpensive and nutritious food options, Costco was initially established in the United States.
The grocery store business inaugurated its first store in Australia in 2009, selling caskets along with a wide variety of other products there.
There are now 14 different styles of coffins and caskets available for purchase at the firm, and the prices range anywhere from $360 to $3,800.
According to The Sydney Morning Herald, the choices available at Costco is approximately 45 to 50 percent cheaper than the coffins sold in funeral homes.
“It has been very favourably received by everyone.
When the time comes and you need to buy one, you are looking for the best value; just like with everything else we do, we offer the best value and the best produced, so when it comes to this, you can rest assured that you are getting the very best “The local general manager of Costco, Patrick Noone, was quoted as saying this to the outlet.