December 7, 2012
Horrible news coming out of England. The nurse that was pranked by a radio station trying to get through to Kate Middleton while she was in the hospital, has killed herself! That’s right! She committed suicide!
Sources tell us that Kate Middleton was so angry over the prank call, she immediately demanded to be discharged from the hospital and would not even look at the hospital personnel as she departed. This public shaming made good enough for the poor woman to take her own life. A harsh lesson for Kate suddenly learning the kind of power she possess… One hint of her disapproval — and a woman is dead.
A receptionist at the hospital where Kate Middleton was treated for morning sickness this week has been found dead … and suicide is suspected — after she mistakenly transferred a prank radio call to Kate’s hospital room.
According to law enforcement, the woman was found dead at an address near King Edward VII hospital, where she worked, around 9:30 AM this morning.
Paramedics were dispatched to the scene but were unable to revive her. Scotland Yard is treating the death as a possible suicide.
The woman was the victim of a prank by an Australian radio station, which called King Edward VII hospital on Wednesday pretending to be the Queen of England (with a terrible accent) and asking to speak to Kate.
The receptionist immediately transferred the call to Kate’s room, where a nurse then nervously explained Kate’s condition over the phone. The call was broadcast all over the planet.
The radio station issued an apology just hours after the prank aired, saying, “We were very surprised that our call was put through. We thought we’d be hung up on as soon as they heard our terrible accents. We’re very sorry if we’ve caused any issues and we’re glad to hear that Kate is doing well.”
Kate was released from the hospital yesterday.
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