A giant car part decorated by a giant from the movie “The Hangover” died at the age of 80, according to the Los Angeles Times.
In a tweet Tuesday, his grandson, Ryan Mancuso, said his grandfather, John Mancusko, had died on Thursday, and his friend, the “Giant,” was to be the final resting place.
“This giant has been a constant companion and supporter of my dad and of the family, and he passed away on Thursday,” Mancuzosweeted.
The giant’s body will be placed in a wooden box with a note on it from his son-in-law, Chris T. Stelmach, who is responsible for the car parts.
The car parts were made by T&T, an American company that specializes in vehicle parts and automotive accessories.
The Mancussos are the first family to inherit the family business.
They also own the Los Santos Police Department, which is in charge of the department’s vehicle safety and law enforcement operations.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said in a statement that the department is aware of the death and is working with the family and their representative to determine what caused the death.
“We are devastated by this loss of a longtime friend and trusted confidant, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time,” the statement said.