Binge-Drink Teen Left Hospital Bed For Pub

#3
This bell end better not get a liver. He'll just need another transplant 5 years down the line

I think it's about time hospitals went private. Why should we foot the bill for some tw@t when people like myself eat based on health and do regular exercise. Socialism = not cool
 
#4
All I could think about was, what a complete tosser,
followed quickly by mmmmmmm liver and onions, wonder what the other half is doing for supper.
 
#5
jarrod248 said:
His father, Brian Anderson, is planning to launch a judicial review to try to overturn NHS guidelines which mean his son has to be alcohol free for six months before he can get a liver transplant.


6 Months? Seems harsh poor lad was only a bit thirsty. Why waste a Liver on this nob?
He said "I don't know why I did it, I just walked out and walked across to the pub." 8O

We'll we've all done that I expect ... me included (which is probably why I'm a martyr to the gout! :oops: ) But I never did it straight from the liver transplant ward with a flaming IV drip hanging out of my arm!!
 
#6
Archangel said:
But I never did it straight from the liver transplant ward with a flaming IV drip hanging out of my arm!!
Amateur. :wink:
 
#7
a sever lack of comms between daddy and sonny.

there are however many many deserving and sober people waiting on a transplant
 
#8
mistersoft said:
Archangel said:
But I never did it straight from the liver transplant ward with a flaming IV drip hanging out of my arm!!
Amateur. :wink:
Yes ... must try harder :lol:
 
#9
Its stories like this that make you wonder why the NHS exists. At least in the U.S., this good for nothing t*at would die, which is what he deserves. I have no sympathy for people who inflict terminal conditions on themselves. There are plenty of people who need liver transplants who are not alcoholics, I dont care how old this boy is.
 
#10
I say well done.

Even if the only good he is ever going to do is act as fertiliser for cemetery flowers, if I was given 2 weeks to live, and my last chance was the courts handing me back to the NHS...

I'd be in the pub every chance I'd get.
 
#11
Please can some one explain how a lad of his age can get the cash to bugger his liver?
 
#12
ub2008 said:
Its stories like this that make you wonder why the NHS exists. At least in the U.S., this good for nothing t*at would die, which is what he deserves. I have no sympathy for people who inflict terminal conditions on themselves. There are plenty of people who need liver transplants who are not alcoholics, I dont care how old this boy is.
I just hope it hurts. :x
 
#13
gnome said:
Please can some one explain how a lad of his age can get the cash to bugger his liver?
I think he just had a few cans and mulled it over. :roll:
 
#14
gnome said:
Please can some one explain how a lad of his age can get the cash to bugger his liver?
Good question, because he looks like someone who is hard working, honest and not a dodgy sponger at all.

I doubt he'd be claiming everything he could get his scabby little hands on, or steal, sell drugs, or be in any way an upstanding member of this great land we live in.
 
#15
Why not give the little turd the liver transplant, then he can live to a ripe old age on benefits paid by our taxes and every now and again he could have a holiday / guest appearance on the Jeremy Kyle (I hate that smarmy fecker :x ) Show and tell the rest of the UK how he is trying to turn his life around, he didnt mean to get those 4 different women pregnant and he is trying to get off drugs blah blah...
 
#16
A Sad case, but unfortunately one that is too common nwadays. Active Alkies are never honest about how they really consume. He may have consumed what his Pa said, but this lad is a chronic Alkie, even if he has only been drinking for 3 years, if that is correct.

He probably also consumes a bottle of vodka a day as well to get in that state. Cheap strong cyder mixed with cheap vodka from Supermarkets is the favourite tipple of the chronic Alkie. It 'Hits the Spot Quickly!'

These cases are the ones that make the Press, there are just as many that don't. Cause of death is often 'Organ Failure', acute alcoholism is not put on the death Certificate.

This lad is going to 'pop his clogs' in a few weeks, so if Pa does try and bring legal action/judicial revue, it will be far too late. There just is not the organs available for transplants.

Pa want's to 'Get Reall' about his son's boozing. Alcoholism kills more people in all age brackets than anything else.... even more than cancer.
 
#18
Olympius said:
This bell end better not get a liver. He'll just need another transplant 5 years down the line

I think it's about time hospitals went private. Why should we foot the bill for some tw@t when people like myself eat based on health and do regular exercise. Socialism = not cool
All of the hospitals? Perhaps use the US model? Yep, because that's working out so well......

I agree with your view on the pointlessness of the transplant, but then by the sound of it, so does the NHS hepatologist.
 
#19
I know this is the NAAFi and apologise for the serious note but a serious question. I know many people including myself (reformed) who have hammered alcohol heavily for 20+ years and have had no ill physical problems is this just luck and a sturdy constitution ? This lad has been a twat for a few years and is fucked ??
 
#20
Have people gone mad! Little sonny is obviously a cnut that will never have a positive impact on society, bar giving the worms a good piss up when he snuffs it!

His "pa" see's him as his little angel of truth and honesty blinded by the love of family. Or is that blinded by special brew?
 

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