Woman complains about someone having a heart attack

4 January 2016

Making a complaint can be a tricky business, but for the most part, quietly and patiently gets you compensated. However, sometimes you need to go above and beyond, if the complaint procedure is not up to scratch - that's why some people go to Facebook for a massive rant.

However, sometimes, people get it wildly, wildly wrong.

And so, we go to a lady called Holly Jones, who kicked off with Kilroy's Downtown Indy, after she'd spent $700 there. She was furious that she wasn't being treated well enough, because of "a dead person being wheeled out from an overdose". She also referred to the person who was being treated as "a junkie", and more.

Here's the rant.



Now, some of you might not be bothered about some junkie dying, however, this woman was wrong - the person who needed urgent treatment was a 57-year-old woman who was having a heart attack.


So now, the complaint from Holly is basically about being inconvenienced by someone nearly dying, and the staff being stressed out by it, at an already stressful time.

Since this spleen went on Facebook, Holly has deleted her Facebook account, and claimed that she'd been hacked. Who is buying that? Either way, this is a lesson in not shooting your mouth off before kicking your brains into gear.

And if you're feeling generous, the lady who had the heart-attack survived and there’s a gofundme to help her with her medical bills.

TOPICS:   Social Media   Complaints

1 comment

  • Father J.
    Classic Facebook twat, gotta love 'em. Or not.

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