This is the shocking moment when a corpse is dropped into a pool during a funeral procession.
The corpse, which rests on a plank that is covered by a wire cage and a green blanket, is sent flying when the four men confident to take it to lose their foot.
As the men climb a steep slope, it seems that a gust of wind makes them lose their balance and begin to wobble backwards.
The corpse, which rests on a plank that is covered by a wire cage and a green blanket, is sent flying when the four men hoped to carry it loose and stumble backwards down a slope
The women and children who are part of the procession can be heard screaming as the body slips and falls into the puddle of water
Despite efforts to regain balance on the road, the men turn to the left and throw the corpse they had on their shoulders flying towards a puddle of water.
The anguished members of the funeral procession can be heard screaming in horror when the body leans headfirst into the pool.
Then one of the men can be seen climbing the side of the water while a stunned witness watches.
Women and children can be seen in the short film, with a woman panting and covering her mouth with her hand.
The man can hook the metal cage out of the water, but the body, which was wrapped in a white cloth, can not be seen inside.
One of the men climbs the edge of the pool and tries to recover the body while the impacted women observe him. He manages to hook the cable with his foot but the body is no longer inside
It is not known where the recording was taken.
Another corpse was thrown recently as part of a funeral procession in Indonesia when the coffin bearers hurriedly walk past a group of spectators on the side of the road.
The men carrying this body did not realize they had lost their cargo until two people started jumping up and down and yelling at them to turn around.
Then they place it hastily in the container before continuing with the funeral procession.
Without realizing it, the corpse falls on the road, while the walk bearers walk without realizing any problem until two other passers-by begin to shout to get their attention
Indonesia is known for digging up the bodies of their dead relatives before washing them, fixing them and dressing them in new and elegant clothes, in some parts of the country.
Families in Toraja in South Sulawesi arrange damaged coffins and then the mummies walk around the province following a path of straight lines.
The ritual is called Ma'nene, or the ceremony of cleaning corpses.