Bedfordshire Police dispatched officers to the area when "large crowds" gathered outside a church in Dunstable.
Conservative MP for the town Andrew Selous said he was very angry about the "flagrant breach" of rules at the "traveller funeral".
The force said it will review evidence and consider taking action.
Only 'consider'? Hmmm. Are they going to plead ignorance of the law (the travellers, that is. we all know the police aren't too hot on it themselves)?
Ch Insp Lee Haines said: "We worked with the local authority, the cemetery and the funeral directors prior to this event so people could attend to pay their respects while following social distancing measures.
"The funeral was initially attended by lower numbers of people, as planned, but larger crowds subsequently started gathering outside the church where the funeral was taking place."
And did your officers take any action? No. Of course not. And I bet you won't take any action now, either.
Mr Selous, the MP for South West Bedfordshire, said "We are all under the law and it is simply not right or acceptable for the rest of the population who have made such sacrifices to see others getting away with such behaviour."
Clearly, Mr Selous, you're wrong. We aren't 'all under the law' at all. Not until it is applied to all without fear and favour, and breaches of covid rules receive the same rapid police action from Dunstable to Ilford.H/T: CJ Nerd via email