New Zealand is dealing with a serial funeral crasher. Harold Ritchie was recently being laid to rest when the unknown crasher arrived. Family friend Alec Weaver says, "We thought it was all over, next thing this young fella comes down the center aisle and shook hands with the people on the left and right of the aisle, the family. Then without saying a word he went up to the coffin and he started speaking in tongues - the whole gamut. Then he went on his knees and started praying and laying his hands on the casket. The pastor looked at me and I looked at him and thought 'oh goodness where are we going to go from here?' Rather than cause a scene we just let the guy go on then cornered him after. We don't want a witchhunt or anything like that, we just want to make sure it doesn't happen to anyone else. It's a totally inappropriate thing for someone to do. The concern is that he's going to crop up at other funerals."