After becoming the President of the newly liberated Mexico in 1842, General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna mourned the amputation of his leg by holding a state funeral for the appendage, complete with a parade and burial in a cemetery. Two years later the leg was dug up by angry protesters and dragged through the city at the end of a rope.
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By Carlos Paris (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons