Michael Jackson will not be buried until his brain is returned to his family, a family spokesman told The Inquisitor Wednesday.
The singer's brain was removed for toxicology tests to determine the cause of his death after he passed away of a suspected cardiac arrest in late June at the age of fifty.
"How long does it take them to do that?", asked a distraught member of the family. "He's Michael Jackson, couldn't they rush it a bit?"
That's a good question, especially since rumor is that it got mixed in with several other brain examinations.
Although his funeral was held on Tuesday, Michael's body is lying in state in a gold coffin and his family refuses to commit him to the earth until the tests are complete.
An assistant coroner reportedly stated: "As soon as we are done with the brain, we'll return it. The last I heard, they are not burying the body yet."
Longtime fans are hoping this isn't another "lost Kennedy brain" which never was explained.
In today's world, it looks like a simple DNA test would prove who's brain belonged to whom.
If I were a part of the Jackson family, I might insist that a DNA test be ran as quickly as possible to be sure they just don't send anyone's brain.
Poor Michael's crazy world is still going on, even without him.