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Funeral of Antoine Alléno: this shocking surprise tribute concocted on the Eiffel Tower


This Friday, May 16, Antoine Alléno is buried in Poissy. A few hours before his funeral, his memory was honored in a prestigious establishment in which he worked.

His memory honored in the heart of Paris. This Friday, May 13, the funeral of Antoine Alléno was held in the collegiate church of Poissy a few days after his tragic death. The son of Yannick Alléno, killed by a driver on Sunday May 8 in the evening, will rest for eternity alongside his grandfather. If his funeral took place in the strict family setting, the world of cooking paid him a particularly moving tribute. Chef Frédéric Anton, in the kitchens of Jules Verne where Antoine Alléno cut his teeth a few years ago, honored his memory on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, where the restaurant is located. Thus, the cooks and employees of this luxury establishment held signs with letters to form the first name of the young man of 24 years. “A thought for you my dear Antoine, all your friends from Pré Catelan and Jules Verne will accompany you on this trip”wrote Frédéric Anton on Instagram.

This tribute particularly moved Thomas Alléno, Antoine’s brother. “Look My Angel”, he wrote, sharing this heartbreaking snapshot. A few hours before his son’s funeral, Yannick Alléno also honored the memory of the young cook. “I’m proud of you! It’s crazy to look at your life and see your action! Everyone who has met that smile and that look remembers! This afternoon the whole world will come to greet you, I know you’ll be a little embarrassed but it’s the ransom of glory, of YOUR GLORY, wrote the star chef in the caption of a photo of his son. Your brother Thomas, your big brother and I are going to build again and again, with you to guide us, with that high gaze you have from the heavens, even more beautiful things! We love you and mourn you with all our bodies Antoine Alleno! My angel, our beloved child.”

Yannick Alléno: “You will enter eternity”

“My little angel!! It is today that you are going to enter eternity! Your mother and I have chosen this beautiful house which has had the opportunity on many occasions to see you pass in front of it! It opens you up its doors this afternoon! You’ve never done anything like the others! You came into the world on a July 4th American national holiday and you left on May 8th, Liberation Day! You’re going to have a goodbye worthy of a prince worthy of you!”, added Yannick Alléno. Shortly after the death of Antoine Alléno, hit by a driver who had stolen a car, the person in charge was indicted for “manslaughter and manslaughter” and was remanded in custody by the Paris prosecutor’s office, according to The Parisian. Tested positive for alcohol and narcotics test, the driver was known to the police for several offenses, in particular traffic offenses but also a case of violence.

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Antoine, Thomas and Yannick Alleno
The son of Yannick Alléno, killed by a driver on Sunday May 8 in the evening, will rest for eternity alongside his grandfather

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If Antoine Alléno’s funeral will take place in the strict family setting, the world of cooking has paid him a particularly moving tribute.

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Antoine and Yannick Alleno
Chef Frédéric Anton, in the kitchens of Jules Verne where Antoine Alléno cut his teeth a few years ago, honored his memory on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, where the restaurant is located

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Antoine and Yannick Alleno
Thus, the cooks and employees of this luxury establishment held signs with letters to form the first name of the young man of 24 years.

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This tribute particularly moved Thomas Alléno, Antoine’s brother

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A few hours before his son’s funeral, Yannick Alléno also honored the memory of the young cook

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Yannick Alleno
“I’m proud of you! It’s crazy to look at your life and see your action! Everyone who has met that smile and that look remembers! This afternoon the whole world will come to greet you, I know you’ll be a little embarrassed but it’s the price of glory”, wrote Yannick Alléno

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Yannick Alleno
“Your brother Thomas, your big brother and I are going to build again and again, with you to guide us, with this high gaze that you have from the heavens, even more beautiful things”, wrote Yannick Alléno

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Shortly after the death of Antoine Alléno, hit by a driver who had stolen a car, the person in charge was indicted for “homicide and involuntary injuries”

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The driver was remanded in custody by the Paris prosecutor’s office

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Tested positive for alcohol and narcotics, the driver was known to the police for several offenses



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