7 December 2012 - 3:13pm | posted by | 65 comments

Radio station 2DayFM behind Duchess of Cambridge prank call bombarded with angry tweets following nurse suicide reports

Radio station 2DayFM behind Duchess of Cambridge prank call bombarded with angry tweets following nurse suicide reportsRadio station 2DayFM behind Duchess of Cambridge prank call bombarded

2dayFM, the radio station behind the prank call to the hospital caring for the Duchess of Cambridge, is being bombarded with angry messages on Twitter following reports that the nurse who took the call has committed suicide.

Earlier this week, the King Edward VII Hospital in central London, where the Duchess of Cambridge was staying due to severe morning sickness, received a hoax phone call from Australian radio station 2DayFM by radio presenters pretending to be the Queen and Prince Charles.

The joke worked however, and they were able to receive personal information about the health of the Duchess, leading to questions about how such a breach could have come about.

The station has since issued an apology on behalf of the DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian, however it has been reported this afternoon that the nurse who took the call has committed suicide.

Since the news broke this afternoon of the suicide, the station, which at the time of writing was still promoting the prank call on the homepage of its website, was receiving angry messages in response.

@RebeccaMorris23 tweeted: “wonder how @2DayFMSydney are feeling now the nurse they pranked at the hospital has committed suicide because of their actions #tragic #RIP”

Another message by @benbronx read: “@2DayFMSydney Those two imbeciles Mel Greig & Michael Christian should be sacked. Was it worth it #2DayFM? Scum and vile radio station.” and @qprstu1
stated: "@2DayFMSydney you should all be disgusted with yourselves. What if it was your daughter/mum/sister. You've now caused a death #2dayfmpits"

Other tweets also called for the pair to be sacked following the news.

No statement has been released by the station at the time of writing.

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7 Dec 2012 - 15:50
peter53221's picture

Some joke, bunch of useless radio jokers kill a caring useful member of society. Hope their live sare fulfilled now.

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:13
linda11232's picture

Well done to you Mel and Michael you must be so proud of yourselves for what you did to that nurse. I congratulate you on being solely responsible for thinking up such a brilliant prank that resulted in a decent hard working nurse committing suicide. Your parent's must be really so very proud.

Again well done the pair of you and may your careers be long and prosperous Linda Marskell - England

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:46
slhar13618's picture

Fire them. The hoax took on the persona of bullying toward a woman that obviously loves the royal family. The nurse's name was aired and there is no telling what she had to indure at that point from the public. Prank calls are not funny.

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee, blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us, sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:40
jeana57310's picture

utterly discusted by the consequence of your actions may god forgive you

jean UK

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:40
gesle18743's picture

How funny is it now?You are terrible!

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:42
donal15289's picture

People and media who, "prank" or ridicule others for a laugh don't really think of the harm that can come from it. They don't know or care about other people, only themselves and money. This nurse must have a personality that was humiliated. I can here the excuses now. "We were just having some fun". "The trouble with trouble is,it starts out as fun."

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:44
bcari72337's picture

Shame on you .THIS STATION SHOULD BE BOYCOTTED - its got blood on their hands all in the pursuit of ratings.

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7 Dec 2012 - 21:09
prudd18400's picture

What will it take before gthe smart alecs that front and manage radio shows learn to take responsiblity for their words and actions. Sticks and stones hurt- but words kill .@bcari72337

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:45
Glitt42904's picture

How TRAGIC! If they're not sacked there will be hell to pay, I hope!! Reporters are still saying "they couldn't have known...." Really??!!! They couldn't have known that anyone who put their call through would be jeopardizing their jobs and would be risking getting fired before Christmas?!! Do they have any other thoughts in their feeble minds except how to humiliate someone and calling it entertainment?!! I think they should be made to attend that poor girl's funeral if not for the fact that the family would take it upon themselves to rip them to shreds. I hate pranks, I find them to be one of the lowest forms of humour, never liked them and this is why!! Someone is always made the butt of a joke...and it's not funny!! God, I'm so mad right now!!!

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:48
antho38112's picture

Any human being would be appalled at the tragic consequence of the childish spoof perpetrated by Greig and Christian (sic?). However they could hardly be expected to realise that it would push the poor woman over the edge as it seemingly has. Vilifying them will not bring her back, and there must surely have been some far greater cause of her sad demise. Whilst not condoning their actions, this knee-jerk angry reaction is senseless and equally reprehensible.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:20
khaylock's picture

@antho38112 I'm not calling for a public hanging, they clearly didn't set out to kill anybody, but apparently they've got form for making abysmal errors of judgement due to catastrophic lack of forethought. I'd have thought they'd had enough second chances now that they need sacking now. If only because if pranking somebody to death can't get you fired, what can? If they are really the best two people 2DayFM can find to put on the radio, then either they are looking in the wrong place, or talent is in very short supply indeed down under.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:31
robtm11846's picture

@antho38112 While they could not have expected the death of the nurse, they should have realized that the hoax could have ruined the careers of the people involved.

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7 Dec 2012 - 21:27
miche83407's picture

A nurses career is something to be proud off as is our Royal family. If she had known for one milli second she was being pranked , she would never of breached confidentiality. She would of felt like she had let her patient, the family, her colleagues, the wider team and the hospital and her country down. Now tell me they didn't realise. Its a poor excuse they are supposively the adults of today. God help us all. @antho38112

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:49
passb29552's picture

Mel Greig & Michael Christian Responsible DJs I think not. They have had their 5 minutes of Glory, now lets see them get their life of Shame. These idiots thought their prank was a good idea but unfortunately it has APPARENTLY backfired and someone has lost their life as a result and her family must be devastated whilst these two idiots are still tweeting about their idiotic Prank.

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:50
david10514's picture

I really do hope the DJs involved are happy that they destroyed a life, a family's life, and that the effect of their stupidity will have on more people than they realise. The radio station will probably give them a bonus for the extra coverage!!

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6 Sep 2013 - 08:11
axelp47939's picture

@david10514 Suicide is a cop-out. The nurse was very selfish for leaving her kids without a mother just to stop a minor prank call from bothering her, and even more selfish to demand that the radio hosts pay her rent. SHE destroyed her family's life.

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:52
mjted67430's picture

It is quite unfortunate that the nurse committed suicide but it is not really the Announcer's fault. Yes, they played a cruel joke but clearly there's more going on here. I am quite sure the 2Day FM Announcer's feel bad enough, without other people being cruel towards them. Unfortunately, cruelty is a viscous circle.

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:53
rsmit19102's picture

Antho, this station has done similiar things in the past, and was ALREADY ON DOUBLE PROBATION...

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:55
foyen24760's picture

Utterly disgusting 2DayFM. Press in general does not care about the consequences. All they want is a story to make money with. Happy Christmas Paparazzi - bet you are falling over with mirth.

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:55
conta31402's picture

Two children now motherless before Christmas, a sick young pregnant women finding her pregnancy tainted by death in what should have been a private, joyful time. Why? Because two selfish people thought it would be good to invade someone's privacy. They could not have guessed at her suicide but they surely would have been aware that there would be repecussions and that the two nurses might have been fired? Is any hoax or prank worth destroying innocent lives and careers... Utterly shameful...

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7 Dec 2012 - 19:51
popup60726's picture

well said ,you and many others show that we do have a caring side@conta31402

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7 Dec 2012 - 16:57
saran19283's picture

I hope God never forgives you. Your prank caused the death of someone worthwhile - a caring, hardworking nurse, compared to you total losers. You are the lowest of the low and I hope you rot in hell, the hell that will be your conscience and your guilt, for the rest of your lives.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:01
micha80329's picture

You will have to wake up every day knowing you were responsable for this poor girls death.You should be sacked and made to confront her family

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:02
theho94259's picture

Sack them both, they are responsible for this poor ladies death. Shame on them both and shame on the radio station.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:10
neils34599's picture

The idiots should have thought about what would happen "if" they got through and what personal trouble it would cause the people they pranked. They should have hung up as soon as they were put through. Then I read elsewhere that the stations solicitors cleared it - so some other idiots in the cold light of day considered it and ok'd it. Shame on the lot of them.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:25
khaylock16334

@neils34599 The station allegedly OK'd it? And they are already on double probation? I'd say 'Bye-bye radio station' then, never mind 'Bye bye hideously unprofessional DJs with blood on their hands'.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:16
peter28756's picture

First ,a man pushed to his death,AND PHOTOGRAPHED,and now this.....WHAT A SAD REFLECTION OF OUR SOCIETY.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:18
harpe15601's picture

1. The accents were terrible. 2. The nurse should have known better than to give info like that. 3. There was clearly more going on with this woman than the phone call. Mentally healthy people don't commit suicide over losing a job. They move on. 4. The DJs could not have known that the nurse would do something so extreme. 5. It WAS a hilarious prank and I feel bad for the DJs that it has come to this. Even Prince Charles thought it was funny; enough to joke to the media anyway. 6. the DJs didn't destroy a family; the nurse did when she made such a rash decision. Be mad at her!

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10 Dec 2012 - 23:03
jesse63542's picture

@harpe15601 I agree, if the dj's purposely set out to destroy this womans life, then yes they are to blame, but they didn't. She is responsible for her own life, and her own decisions, nobody else. If you were the nurse would you have killed yourself? If yes, then ok, you have the right to be mad at the DJs, if not then you have to agree that she already had deep emotional issues, and this was just a random stressor that finally gave her the excuse she wanted to kill herself. Its sad, but trying to point fingers when it comes to a suicide is just ridiculous. The only person who really understands is dead.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:21
kdani13206's picture

At the most remote, slim chance of an argument, pranking public figures might be defensible. But humiliating a common person like this on a global scale the way they did was wrong from the moment they continued recording the call when it was put through. And the decision chain up the line inside the station to post the recording and get news coverage and attention for it, turned an amoral and absolutely wrong choice into an absolutely immoral and evil act. No apology will rectify this woman's suicide. The station has a very VERY high bar of moral conscience to get over now, and firing these two idiots is only a beginning. If this happened in the UK, people would be going to jail. Remember that, 2Day FM. Because we will never forget this.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:23
addis18297's picture

i hope those idiots are really proud of themselves, they are now responsible for a nurse committing suicide over this so-called prank call. these 2 deserve to be fired, terminated, sacked and i hope the royals as well as that nurse's family takes legal against them and the station. what a low down, dirty, roten prank to pull and now someone is dead over this...hope they are satisfied now. not so funny now is it!!

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:24
bcnth96222's picture

R U Happy 2DAYFM? Why does it take a death for your radio station to change it's culture? Your DJ's Mel Greig and Michael Christian have blood on their hands. Saying sorry is not good enough. You took away someone's life and affected their families. What comes around goes around and I hope those who approved of this prank receives the same karma.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:24
Linda76122's picture

The two dj's now have to live the rest of their lives with a huge guilt hanging over them. Whoever thought of this idea is responsible for this current turn of events. What people are also forgetting is how is this now affecting her work colleagues and also her patients. My thoughts and prayers go out to all connected with this nurse x

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:36
knaeg88718's picture

They should quit immediately and brought up on charges of criminal negligence and other assorted charges. If they have not been fired as of this time, shame on the radio station involved. Listeners in Australia should demand this at the very least.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:37
rewpa20602's picture

Typical Australians the 2 clowns bring down the whole of Australia. What the world must be thinking about those 2 stupid radio announcers. Because of their brain dead ideas some poor nurse is dead. The Prime Minister of Australia should do something about those total morons who run those radio stations and the clowns who work for them. Richard from New Zealand.

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7 Dec 2012 - 17:57
Leshe10449's picture

This type of stuff is the lowest form of journalism and if you do enough of it, sooner or later something like this will happen. Australia is well known for it, in the absence of any serious media, and it's gradually taking over here too. Hopefully the only good thing to come out of this tragedy will be to make people think twice before they humiliate others in pursuit of ratings

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:05
bnbwi22682's picture

How Tragic! Not only did those selfish DJ's cross the line -attempting to get confidential information, they aired and repeatedly perpetuated the prank's outcome. They ridiculed over and over that poor nurse - who unfortunately was the one to draw the short straw when she answered the phone that day. Can you imagine the pain and hurt she suffered from the humiliation, and public backlash that was caused by the 2 DJ's ( that have no moral backbone or compassion for other people) . When she answered the phone, I'm sure she felt some excitement thinking she was speaking to the Royals, and then as this cruel hoax turned her life upside down, that excitement spiraled to despair. This nurse was painfully tortured to the point that she left her children motherless. I can only imagine how she hurt and felt shame, ridiculed and hated by the world and how deeply depressed she was from all the media caused by those 2. Those DJ's have had their fun and ruined a family in the process. I wonder if they ( being the catalyst of the death) will shed as many tears as this nurse must have shed before ending her life.

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:06
catsr17733's picture

2 children have lost their mother becos of what these two idiots have done.. I hope they pay for this with PRISON.... UTTERLY DISGUSTING..........

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:11
ecm7810313's picture

This call has now caused the world to speak up, Children Left without a mother, and a family left to p/U the peices and go on, and a duchess that does not need to have this tragic incident as a re minder that these wally brain people, should never of picked up the phone to start with, don't you people have morals, this is absolutley without a doubt devistating on so many levels, if this Radio station has any morals these two should be sacked immediatley. Lesley-Ann Toronto Canada, British citizen

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:18
zen7871852's picture

Two children are going to be without their mother this christmas because of this stupidity. So when you open your presents just think about the damage you have caused to other peoples lives. Do us all a favour and damn well resign, that's the least you can do.

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:20
raymu19064's picture

most aussies are brain dead anyway they wont e4ven be able to read our comments they have commited grand treason ...the punishment is death ...haha now you two morons

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:33
mwsmx13929's picture

I hope every time these pair look in the mirror ,They see themselves and think I killed a valued member of humanity for a joke. an irreplaceable caring human being has been lost

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:33
brook12652's picture

Over here in America I see all references to Mel & Michael have been wiped off the station's website, Facebook has been sanitized as well. It's as if nothing happened at all. The stream is also sans presenters. Shame on King Edward VII Hospital, which treats the Royal Family, for not keeping its people up to speed, and shame on Mel & Michael. Blood seems to be on lots of hands today. ....Brooks Burford, Portland Oregon USA

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:43
jobri14853's picture

It must have taken that poor nurse guts of steel and enormous strength of principle to decide to make her point of how hurt she felt the way she did. Have the two DJs (sic.) got any sense of responsability for their actions? How about giving ALL their money, past and future, to her dependants and family for starters? Sorry? Words are cheap. Don't forget we've seen Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand act as daft before, but do they learn, do they just? Australians had better try to repair their damaged reputation after this. Humour at other people's expense is NOT funny; it is bullying. Way out of fashion in the civilised world.

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:42
dunca16060's picture

I do not know who you are - I do not know who she was but she was doing something worthwhile. I hope being responsible for her death through your fatuous joke lives with you for ever.

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:48
iancd18544's picture

Give them a job advertising Fosters like other Australian idiots

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7 Dec 2012 - 18:50
neilk20219's picture

sack the 2 cunts send over here to england put them in the dock and do them for murder or something young mother gone 2 children will not have a mother this christmas you 2 mindless fucking oz bastards you fuck cunts

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7 Dec 2012 - 19:02
philk14414's picture

mjted67430, yes, you said it. Perhaps if the two crass idots and their bosses had thought it through, they'd not be on the receiving end of this well-deserved opprobrium now. Indefensible that they've not issued a staement. I know it's early in Oz, but that's just the stunt they pulled on poor Jacintha. Reap what you sow. Not just the DJ's to go: right to the top as it's the staition's policy. Preferably shut it down.

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7 Dec 2012 - 19:55
Steve13913's picture

I think these two should both be made to explain to this poor lady's children and husband why they no longer have a complete family. We should all be reminded of taking other people's perspectives into consideration before doing or saying something confrontational or objectionable.

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7 Dec 2012 - 20:00
1phil20902's picture

the prank is inexcusable - it's not ok to say it was a joke and the outcome unforseen - at very best it may have resulted in two nurses losing their jobs (but then I suppose you think their jobs worthless next to a media celebrity's fame). The executives and legal team probably decided that legally they were in the clear - I wonder if they considered whether it was morally right? Shame on them

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7 Dec 2012 - 20:27
andre15607's picture

As we are now coming up to the festive season I wonder what these two young children and the husband of this poor woman will feel on Christmas morning. When half way round the world 2 morons who perpetrated this act will probably be lying on some beach drinking 4x and eating a barbi ... WELL I HOPE YOU CHOKE ON IT

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7 Dec 2012 - 20:28
slack14673's picture

Every Action has a concequence......well those tow and the rest of the radio station should think of their actions on this, to actually be part of a poor lady taking her life! discusting and shame on you...forever

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7 Dec 2012 - 20:36
molly59044's picture

What a pair they are. The poor woman must have been distraught and in fear of losing everything. I hope these jokers enjoy Chritmas, be a shame to spoil it for them with the ghost of Christmas present. Let's send our thoughts to her children.

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7 Dec 2012 - 20:43
telbo14883's picture

How can that radio channel not just sack those two scumbags and anyone else involved in the death of a first class nurse with two children who was only doing her job caring for the sick. They have brought shame on Australia and should be held to account although they are probably so arrogant they are still laughing.

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7 Dec 2012 - 20:44
telbo14883's picture

How can that radio channel not just sack those two scumbags and anyone else involved in the death of a first class nurse with two children who was only doing her job caring for the sick. They have brought shame on Australia and should be held to account although they are probably so arrogant they are still laughing.

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7 Dec 2012 - 20:54
geoff13969's picture

As a retired nurse myself, I cannot find words strong enough to describe the actions of "Mel" & "Michael" of 2day FM---2 totally worthless individuals who have never contributed anything useful to society, have murdered a hardworking nurse just as surely as if they had held a gun to her head. Apart from her own sacrifice,one can only guess at what her family must be going through at this moment. Shame on you mel & michael--I hope the guilt of your appalling actions will haunt you for the rest of your days---but I rather doubt that it will. To the management of 2day FM--- How do you feel that the actions of 2 idiots employed by you have caused the death of an innocent nurse? Are you going to dismiss them?--Again, I rather doubt that you will. We in the uk thought that the dreadful behaviour of the murdoch empire in the uk press recently exposed in the levinson enquiry was bad enough, but clearly the Australian Media is no better.

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7 Dec 2012 - 21:11
semye15736's picture

How could you do this & think it's funny? I don't understand. A good, caring person is dead by her own hand. May this nightmare you created in time for Christmas haunt you both for the rest of your lives. May I add, Christmas really doesn't have a bearing here. You inactively took a life in your own little ways. Hope your listening audience understands your prank.

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7 Dec 2012 - 21:08
Ckmer20085's picture

Not so bloody funny now is it!

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7 Dec 2012 - 21:36
there88474's picture

It is not only Mel & Michael who have blood on their hands. When are the management going to be responsible and do stop such programs. When we are a public figures, at all time comes with it a huge responsibility. When is the top management going to public apologise? Therese

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7 Dec 2012 - 22:22
skdsh29790's picture

I hope you feel guilty as hell, I hope this stays with you forever. You were totally responsible for a caring Women taking her own life, no one else but you and it wasn't even funny.

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7 Dec 2012 - 23:01
keith12003's picture

A NURSE IS DEAD A HUSBAND HAS LOST HIS WIFE, AND TWO CHILDREN ARE WITHOUT A MOTHER. WHAT A JOKE 2DAY F.M. WHO IS LAUGHING NOW

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8 Dec 2012 - 01:53
jdmue34684's picture

I bed the 2 DJs are laughing now. Calling people crazy for calling the DJs responsible. A few months later, they'll come back and declare the world, "people, let's get over it! What's done is done. Come on, life goes on, you know. Now we've suffered enough already. We had been taken down on air. We deserve to come back. We should be forgiven" Those arrogant people are scary...

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8 Dec 2012 - 10:28
clubb12546's picture

Jacqui Brown

the news sll ov the airways on the british nurse It's a terrible tragedy I really don't think anyone is to blame for this the dj's were doing there jobs they do pranks and jokes on a Daily basis that's what makes the shows popular and why All People listen and if all goes well then no one complains and it becomes that just a joke a prank!!!! Unfortunately in this circumstance due to all the media coverage We always have when a royal is involved this one has ended In a tragedy but let's not start the blame game Unfortunatly in this circumstance the Dj's doing what they do have made a crank call EXPECTING NOT TO GET THREW DUE TO PROTOCOL but have got threw and then it has gone from there I believe that the Nurse in question being SHOCKED AS U WOULD BE IF THE QUEEN CALLED U poor girl would have been in shock and not wanting to disappoint such an important person as the QUEEN HAS ANSWERED A GRANDMOTHER ( so she thought ) asking about her granddaught er she didn't release anything personal except to say she was well and sleeping at the time I seriously think that the media as it does gives this type of news legs IT'S NEWS AFTER ALL and royal news IT SELLS but in all off this even though the hospital says there was no reprimand over this I believe on hearing this all over the news and knowing that SHE THE NURSE IN QUESTION is the taunt of this threw the media she must have taken this to heart and felt belittled, embarrassed and humiliated she probably thought threw the eyes of everyone around that she would now be subjected to ridicule and possibly expected to be reprimanded THIS PRESSURE IM SURE WOULD HAVE BEEN UNBEARABLE I therefore don't think anyone is really to blame here it's a set of circumstances that has gone like a DOMINO effect the mind is a delicate thing and these circumstances at times can cause us to put too much pressure on ourselves but do we now continue this DOMINO. Effect on and cause. More tragedy or do we see it as it is an accident that stems from a everyday situation somewhere every day someone is guilty of playing a prank on a mate or a friend it's part of nature intended to make others laugh they are NEVER intentially made to hurt others BUT IN SAYING THAT PEOPLE SHOULD FIRST KNOW THE PERSON THEY ARE PRANKING and should know first if it would be seen as a joke or taken personally and wrongly unfortunately as this lady has done and ended it in tragedy my sincere condolences to the family of this lovely lady BUT TO EVERYONE let's not make this another one by doing the same to the radio announcers whos only thoughts at the time was to have a bit of fun!!!!

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8 Dec 2012 - 15:01
Kamal98784's picture

I totally agree with the earlier poster who claims that every action has a consequence.You would think that people had learnt a lesson from the past with what happened to HRH The Princess Of Wales. I am a nurse and midwife myself and I too know that every patient has a right to confidentiality and indeed Our Duchess Of Cambridge too had that right.As a nation we are all interested in our Royal family but not in this way.It was enough to see the Duchess smile whilst she left the hospital feeling better. I feel the nurse would have felt that she would have been disciplined and lost her livelihood. I feel that the nurse's actions are a direct consequent of the 'prank call' made by the 2 radio presenters. In the light of what has happened I feel that the radio presenters should no longer be employable.The tragedy is more UK felt and indeed the UK has the biggest loss.London needs all its Nurses and Midwives.This nurse chose to work in a prestigious London hospital and live in staff accommodation rather than see her husband and children daily.That says so so much about the nurse and would only see her family on her days off.This is a personal sacrifice that she made. As a person belonging to this profession I am unable to write in words how I feel on a more personal level. My thoughts are with her children and family who will be affected for the rest of their lives.

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8 Dec 2012 - 16:19
doree13832's picture

Aussies no longer welcome in UK Dont buy Aussie products,beer wine or anything else Vigils outside Aussie embassy Offend an Aussie anyway you can until they close down this sad radio station and donate to a trust fund for the nurses poor children

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