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Jamie’s Hospital Dinners: Patients Catch Rats, Flies And Roaches

by | 6th, August 2008

hospital rat 300x201 Jamies Hospital Dinners: Patients Catch Rats, Flies And RoachesA RAT. A “filthy rat.”

“A staggering 20,000 cases of rats, cockroaches and drain flies have been reported by HNS hospitals on just over two years.”

So says the Sun on its front page.

On a brighter note, at least you can see the infection if you have, say, cockroaches, unlike MRSA which is invisible to the naked eye.

And maybe – here’s hoping – the flies can eats the MRSA, the cockroaches can eat the flies, the rats can eats the cockroaches and the human patients can eat the rats in an improvement in hospital catering not seen since the days of Florence Nightingale…

Come on, Jamie Oliver, let’s have Jamie’s Hospital Dinners!



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