Royal Baby Birth: Cocaine Found At St Mary’s Hospital
Traces of cocaine were found inside one of the toilets of St Mary’s Hospital where the second royal baby is about to be delivered. Narcotics officials are now conducting investigations as the whole world waits for the birth of the second royal baby.
Cocaine snorted inside toilet
Class A cocaine may have been snorted inside one of the toilets, The Mirror reported. A powder test conducted found traces of cocaine in a cistern at St Mary’s Hospital. Health officials are now investigating the matter and promising to take all the necessary actions against the perpetrators.
A spokeswoman for the Imperial College healthcare NHS Trust, which manages St Mary’s, assured the public that it takes the safety of its patients and staff seriously.
“We have 24/7 security cover at all our hospitals with regular patrols and CCTV covering key areas both outside and inside buildings, constantly monitored by our security teams. We work closely with police to investigate reports thoroughly and take action to ensure the safety of our colleagues, patients and their families,” the statement obtained by The Mirror said.
“If there are signs that a person is abusing substances on one of our sites we will take immediate action to address this,” the statement reads.
Excitement for second royal baby birth grows by the day
Fans and media crew continue to pile within the surrounds of St Mary’s hospital.
As previously reported by Morning News USA, the Duchess of Cambridge is already overdue and may be induced anytime this week.
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