NHS Boss Dies of Thirst in Hospital

STAFFORDSHIRE - England - Sir David Nicholson has died of thirst after being ignored by nurses for six days in the Mid Staffordshire NHS hospital where he was undergoing routine treatment, the BBC has revealed.

The former NHS boss was in the Mid Staffordshire hospital and died a lonely death amongst soiled bed sheets today.

“I don’t want anyone to feel sorry for that shister, but it must have been a pretty lonely death,” a former patient at the deadly hospital told the BBC.

There wasn’t much sympathy from the thousands of patients who have suffered ordeals at the hands of some of Britain’s worst crumbling hospitals.

The former head of the NHS had recently quit the top job and received a £1.9m pension pot which he was waiting for to come through in his bank account.