Princess Diana’s funeral, including a mock-up of her car crash, was recently reenacted by a group of people.

Alex Shipman, a journalist for Mirror, dubbed the reenactment as sick and disgraceful since the late Princess of Wales was exorcised. The remake also featured a smashed vehicle imitating the Mercedes Benz that Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed were in on the night of their death.

The funeral also included a Jimmy Savile impersonator, and Jonathan Meades portrayed the role of Princess Diana’s brother Charles, Earl Spencer. Princess Diana’s fake arrived via Uber, and mourners threw flowers and broccoli over the vehicle while a mariachi band played Elton John’s song “Candle In the Wind.”

Princess Diana’s fake funeral was organized by artist Stanley Schtinter at the White Hotel, a popular rave warehouse in Manchester. Approximately 160 people attended the gathering to mark the death of Princess Diana’s death.

Karen Priestley, a photographer who attended the fake funeral, said that some of the attendees actually looked emotional while remembering the death of the Princess of Wales.

“People were carrying flowers and broccoli – a lot of those attending would be too young to remember the original. It was sick and disgraceful – there was a smashed up car imitating the vehicle Diana was in when she died. It was covered in flowers and they had a picture of Diana with roses next to it. The final service was a word of the reenactment of her funeral – and they even had an actor playing Diana’s brother to read his speech,” Priestley said.

In related news, Prince Philip’s candid letters to Princess Diana have been released on the 21st anniversary of her death. In his handwritten notes, the Duke of Edinburgh showed his support for Princess Diana and Prince Charles relationship and not of his son and Camilla Parker Bowles.

“I cannot imagine anyone in their right mind leaving you for Camilla. Charles was silly to risk everything with Camilla for a man in his position. We never dreamed he might feel like leaving you for her. Such a prospect never even entered our heads,” he wrote.