I confess to liking a bit of humour and wit in epitaphs on headstones and plaques, butI may be wrong; Adelaide cemetery administrators felt compelled to remove a grave stone that attracted the attention and complaints of passers by.
9News reports Enfield Memorial Park in Adelaide's north removed the headstone at the grave of Peter Bridge, who died battling cystic fibrosis all of his life of 33 years. His father told 9News that "Why so serious?" was one of Peter Bridge's favourite sayings, so they made sure it was inscribed into the headstone. The headstone also included a small photo of Peter sticking up his middle finger, something that was very much in keeping with his character, a family member said.
Postscript: One of my favourite epitaphs remains the one on a plaque in the Shoalhaven Lawn Cemetery in NSW, "Life's like a roll of toilet paper, the closer it gets to the end the faster it goes"