Originally posted by xszawe
jeez people cant take a joke anymore
to commit suicide over something like that is foolish
You're another one of those people who doesn't understand actually working to achieve something, being respected in your field, and then being
humiliated and seeing it all end.
What many don't seem to understand (especially Australians) is that many British Nurses are incredibly proud of the work that they do, and rightly
so. They work damn hard, and they get little back in the form of pay or recognition for all the hours they put in.
For a nurse like Jasintha being trusted to work with British Royalty would have been an incredible responsibility. Patient confidentiality is already
a major issue in the UK, and when that patient is a member of the Royal family it becomes a national security issue, not just a civil issue.
I don't know what the laws are in Australia, but pretending to be someone else in order to gain access to medical information about another person is
a criminal offence. When that other person is a member of the Royal family, it's a thousand times worse! Those DJ's should feel lucky that they
weren't immediately arrested and detained under anti-terror laws!
If Abu Hamza had paid someone to try to get information out of that hospital about a Royal you can bet he'd have his door kicked in and all his
family arrested within 24 hours.
I've looked into this radio station, and it really is some of the most puerile BS I think I have ever seen. Seriously, these two retards are not
adults, they're barely functioning children. I thought the fiasco of Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand was bad enough, but at least they had some
intelligence behind their humour. These two Australian wastes of skin don't even have that. They're just nice looking idiots with no talent, so they
have to resort to the worst BS to please their audience and get some ratings.
What they did is illegal IMO, what Jasintha did in response shows the humiliation their "prank" caused. She was globally insulted and implicated,
made out to be untrustworthy. Whether the hospital or the family was taking action or complaining - or not - is irrelevant. This was a career damaging
moment for her.
I get the feeling most of those defending this prank are kids, who have little understanding of the work that goes into building a career, or the self
worth and responsibility adults feel about their careers. Kids have no frame of reference, they have little to be proud of and no responsibilities
beyond getting their homework in on time.
When these people have a career they have spent decades building, and they see it potentially destroyed overnight by the actions of someone else
acting fraudulently, then maybe they'll actually get it. Until then they'll just b!tch about it being a prank and everything else an
Interesting that karma seems to be doing her job now too. These two DJ's attacked and humiliated an innocent woman, potentially ending her career,
and now they face global humiliation and the end of their careers too! Well done karma!