Grave rage and assault with a rake
A visitor to a cemetery finds a worker relieving his bladder upon the visitor's mother's grave. As might be expected, the visitor found this rather inappropriate. The worker finds his anger unacceptable, and tries to brain him with a rake. Story here.
Reminds me of a tale told by my late ex father in law, which was a student of classical languages (founded the U of Md. classical languges department). Scholars had been puzzling over a fragmented inscription found in a late Roman cemetery, trying to read all sort of meaning into it. He solved it. It read to the effect of "Be careful what you're doing up there -- remember we're down here and have to drink it."