A ‘dead man’ in south London woke up and began cursing out the very people that saved his life, it has been reported.
According to London Evening Standard, the man was found unconscious in a muddy place full of rubbish in Kingston following a suspected heroin overdose. He was not breathing, so paramedics assumed that he was dead.
As paramedics tried to save his life, they were stopped by a group of drunkards who called themselves his ‘friends and family.’
Police were called, and they cleared the drunks away so the paramedics could do their job. After working ‘tirelessly’ to save the man’s life, he finally woke up after six shots of adrenaline were injected into his body.
But what happened next was baffling.
‘The paramedics managed to save the man’s life, and to everyone’s surprise he began shouting and swearing at officers and the ambulance crew,’ police chief Charlene Gregory said. ‘I told him to stop being so ungrateful.’
And the so-called ‘friends and family’?
‘The man’s so-called friends refused to go to hospital with him as they had “drinking to do”.’