There was panic at the Royal Manchester Hospital this weekend when one of the registrars, Dr Ramadan Chatterjee, was spotted on the paediatric ward in the middle of Saturday afternoon. Mothers rushed forward with sick babies in their arms and patients from the nearby geriatric ward fought each other with Zimma Frames in a desperate effort for medical attention.
“I was at the golf club” explained Dr Chatterjee, “about to treat myself to the new Callaway driver, when I realised I’d left my wallet at work. I tried to sneak in quietly but an elderly lady saw me and started screaming, then all hell broke loose.”
The elderly lady concerned, Mary Bradshaw, 83 from Knowsley, apologised later saying that she panicked when she saw Dr Chatterjee as she thought it was Monday morning and she must have had a 48 hour blackout. “I keep getting them” she explained, “but they tell me its quite normal at my age and I shouldn’t worry about it.”