A&E departments urged to hide where stupid people can’t find them
The College of Emergency Medicine claimed that unless something changes, A&E departments will soon be overrun by morons suffering with entirely preventable injuries.
A spokesperson explained, “We can handle broken limbs, falls, heart attacks and even the odd elderly tumble.”
“What we can’t handle is your pissed mate thinking he can jump over a moving car, or wondering whether the shampoo bottle would fit up his arse.”
“Some sort of IQ test before we let them in would be ideal, but possibly a bit impractical.”
“Maybe it would just be easier to hide the A&E department where stupid people would never go, like the library?”
A&E departments under pressure
Medical experts have said moving the A&E department where stupid people can’t find it would have a number of other benefits, beyond relieving pressure on overworked doctors and nurses.
Consultant Simon Williams told us, “This has the added benefit of weeding out the mentally weak, who might not survive whatever ridiculous self-inflicted injury they’ve suffered – and therefore help the rest of society indirectly.”
“Imagine a world where people who would put a light bulb up their arse don’t exist – this move could make that world a reality.”
Posted on May 22, 2013, in comedy, Government, Health, politics and tagged A&E, Accident and emergency, College of Emergency Medicine, Emergency medicine, Health, Intelligence quotient, Medicine, National Health Service, Pressure, Simon Williams. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.