Chespirito’s widower restricts fans to visit his grave

It’s been almost two months since his passing and Chespirito’s name keeps landing headlines thanks to his widower Florinda Meza. As it turns out, Meza has restricted any visits to Roberto Gomez Bolaños (Chespirito) gravesite. SEE ALSO: Chespirito’s deepest passions: futbol and Enrique Borja Vigilants at Panteon Frances de Legaria, where Bolaños is buried in Mexico D.F., commented that they have a strict order from Meza to not let fans get near the grave, reports El Universal. It’s useless for devoted Chespirito fans of to visit, as the guards also noted that there’s a surveillance camera surrounding the site. Gravediggers and janitors at the cemetery have gotten the order as well and are in the look out for anyone who tries to approach the grave. The vigilants told El Universal that many people and children from all over the world have attempted to leave the legendary Mexican letters and flowers but have been unable to. Instead, the guards collect all the gifts and hand them to Meza when she pays a visit to the cemetery. She also decides whether she keeps them, if she places them on her late husband’s grave or if she throws them away. SEE ALSO: Chespirito in excelsus: Comic of the people Roberto Gomez Bolaños, known for his roles as “El Chavo del 8″ and “Chapulin Colorado,” passed away at age 85 on Nov. 28, 2014. His official Twitter account was closed a month after his death. A sus seguidores: Como Chespirito lo pidió, se cierra esta cuenta, agradeciendo infinitamente todo el amor que le regalaron estos años. — Roberto G. Bolaños (@ChespiritoRGB) December 26, 2014The post Chespirito’s widower restricts fans to visit his grave appeared first on Voxxi.

Chespirito fans are not allowed to visit his grave due to Florinda Meza’s orders. (Photo: “Chaveo del Ocho” TIM/Televisa)

It’s been almost two months since his passing and Chespirito’s name keeps landing headlines thanks to his widower Florinda Meza.

As it turns out, Meza has restricted any visits to Roberto Gomez Bolaños (Chespirito) gravesite.

SEE ALSO: Chespirito’s deepest passions: futbol and Enrique Borja

Vigilants at Panteon Frances de Legaria, where Bolaños is buried in Mexico D.F., commented that they have a strict order from Meza to not let fans get near the grave, reports El Universal.

It’s useless for devoted Chespirito fans of to visit, as the guards also noted that there’s a surveillance camera surrounding the site.

Gravediggers and janitors at the cemetery have gotten the order as well and are in the look out for anyone who tries to approach the grave.

MIAMI - SEPTEMBER 22:  Luis Fonsi, Florinda Mesa, Roberto Gomez Bolanos and Daddy Yankee pose backstage at the 2nd Annual Premios Juventud Awards at the University of Miami Convocation Center September 22, 2005 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Alberto Tamargo/Getty Images)
MIAMI – SEPTEMBER 22: Luis Fonsi, Florinda Mesa, Roberto Gomez Bolanos and Daddy Yankee pose backstage at the 2nd Annual Premios Juventud Awards at the University of Miami Convocation Center September 22, 2005 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Alberto Tamargo/Getty Images)

The vigilants told El Universal that many people and children from all over the world have attempted to leave the legendary Mexican letters and flowers but have been unable to.

Instead, the guards collect all the gifts and hand them to Meza when she pays a visit to the cemetery. She also decides whether she keeps them, if she places them on her late husband’s grave or if she throws them away.

SEE ALSO: Chespirito in excelsus: Comic of the people

Roberto Gomez Bolaños, known for his roles as “El Chavo del 8″ and “Chapulin Colorado,” passed away at age 85 on Nov. 28, 2014. His official Twitter account was closed a month after his death.

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