Good drills, that man!

#7
He shoots he scores!!

Excellent skills, problem is the old bugger might actually now live long enough to have to pay it back

Nice one grandad
 
#8
"Why die for money" - sums it up beautifully, debt can be a b*stard, but ultimately the sun always rises in the morning regardless.

Good on him. Shame on who ever was going to put the bailiffs onto him. They too shall be old one day.
 
#9
Good drils indeed! But it is rather a saddening indictment of a shabby system, isn't it? Doctors should be either/or. Either they work for the NHS, or they're private. But not both. Particularly when patients who cough up are operated on in an NHS hospital, using NHS facilities and HNS medical staff, who see none of the extra profits the doc makes. Shameful!

MsG
 
#10
Nice one fella. I,ve often thought about writing a bouncer for some dental work I needed. What could they do ? send the boys round with a pair of pliers? Its getting a sad state of affairs whereas an OAP has to commit fraud just to get a life saving op done. The NHS is at breaking point & will only get worse.

LT.
 
#11
Awol said:
Absolutely Smithie, couldn't agree more.

And as if we didn't need reminding of society's warped sense of values, this was linked from the same page.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/5234378.stm

The world is mad.
Surely you're not saying she didn't deserve it, did you see what she went through?

quoted link said:
She said colleagues stonewalled her, laughed in her face, blew raspberries and told her: "You stink"
 
#12
jimmys_best_mate said:
Awol said:
Absolutely Smithie, couldn't agree more.

And as if we didn't need reminding of society's warped sense of values, this was linked from the same page.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/5234378.stm

The world is mad.
Surely you're not saying she didn't deserve it, did you see what she went through?

quoted link said:
She said colleagues stonewalled her, laughed in her face, blew raspberries and told her: "You stink"
Where's my Wah!ometer when I need it...
 
#13
Bugsy7 said:
Good drils indeed! But it is rather a saddening indictment of a shabby system, isn't it? Doctors should be either/or. Either they work for the NHS, or they're private. But not both. Particularly when patients who cough up are operated on in an NHS hospital, using NHS facilities and HNS medical staff, who see none of the extra profits the doc makes. Shameful!

MsG
well said. proper boils my p1ss.

Good for him.
 
#16
He did nothing wrong, its a scandal that the NHS you pay in to for so many years that old gent worked and paid his taxes and he got poorly treated! Its a shame he had to use his common sense and a bit of a fast one with cheque writing! But good for him, i think the government and NHS should hang their heads in shame
 
#18
Its appalling that he was placed in a position where that was an option, but hats off to the crafty old git.

I fthat was me I would grin like fcuk at the bank statement every month as it showed to 25 quid being taken.

I bet if he needs repeat surgery they sew a budgie cage or a sausage dog into his body as a lesson :D
 

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