A horse-drawn carriage, ‘Prodigy Ant’ bouquet and street rave at Keith Flint’s funeral


Keith Flint, frontman of the iconic British group, The Prodigy sadly passed away last month on March 4 at age 49. Flint was commemorated on Friday in private a funeral service held at the St Mary’s Church in Braintree in Essex. Flint’s casket was transported in a black horse-drawn carriage that moved through the streets followed by a flower-adorned hearse and then, as he was carried into the church, System Of A Down’s “Aerials” played.

Fans were also invited to honour the late icon. Videos shared across social media show how fans raved in the streets in honour of Flint both before and after the private service.

Take a look at some picture and videos from Keith’s massive send-off below.

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