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A Trip to Casualty & the Dumb F*cks in There

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Ended up in A&E this evening for a couple of x-rays (don't ask :rolleyes: ) and whilst sat there this young bird comes in and sits down.

Next thing i notice she's on her mobile phone (theres notice's everywhere saying to turn them off) - i think about pointing it out but think bettter of it so dont bother. Couple of minutes go by and the receptionist notices and tells her to turn it off. Which she does.

After i've seen (the rather nice
) doctor i'm sat in x-ray next to this bird and her Mum who's just turned up. Well blow me the mother then pulls hers phone out and starts texting away :rolleyes: - the daughter points out that she wasnt pleased with been told to turn her's off, so the mother replies "if anyone says anything to me then i'll tell them where to go .."

Where the hell do these people come from? :mad: Dont they think the warning's apply to them? What makes them think they know better than to not turn their phones off when asked to? :rolleyes: Kinda sumed up the attitude that alot of people have nowa days - and obviously the daughter got hers straight from the mother :rolleyes:
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bet the receptionist had her mobile on under the desk :s and u can bet the nurses do too. :rolleyes:
And its not just limited to the hospitals, you think Pilots always turn their mobiles off???? :confused: :eek:
clivew said:

It's quite simple for us though, if the passenger does not turn off their phone, or gives us any lip, we'll just off load them, or worse get them arrested! :tsk:

I think the same reason applies in hospitals, it's to try and reduce disruption to other patients, some of whom may be feeling bad enough as it is without a load more noise in their ear!
Agreed :)
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