Don't know the chap too well, we went to school together. Sadly, it appears his Grandma died this morning so he's taken to Facebook to post messages to her in the context that she's reading them.
Now I do have sympathy for anyone who's lost a family member, but why do some have to post the whole "RIP NAN! ALWAYS LOVED AND ALWAYS MISSED!" etc etc. They're not reading it (obviously) and I'd have thought that this type of thing was personal?
Anyway, he posts a picture of his Nan in the hospital bed with her eyes closed with him sort of lying towards her. He then makes this his profile picture and cover photo.
Later in the day, get's a pretty awful tattoo on his forearm with "Nan" in bold as the title and a small message beneath it with poorly done cross.
Like I said, I feel for him but bloody hell.