"This was the signal for an outburst of popular anger against Tiberius"

Suetonius tells us, in The Twelve Caesars, that following the death of Tiberius the people of Rome were so delighted that they congregated in the streets, calling for his corpse to be thrown into the Tiber. An attempt was made to capture his body, but it was cremated in Rome and the ashes placed in the Mausoleum of Augustus.