Basically, an Australian radio show pranked the hospital were Kate Middleton was receiving care into believing they were speaking to the Queen of England a couple of days ago, and this morning the receptionist who took the call apparently took her own life.
How crazy is that? How is that possible, how can anybody believe it? They were even making corgi noises in the background. What a tragic turn of events.
I made this thread here because I'm not sure what to think. Surely pranks like this have been around for years and they don't deserve punishment? It's cruel, but until this morning people were laughing about it, or do they deserve to be punished for invasion of privacy?
Re: Australian radio hosts impersonate the Queen, leading to apparent suicide.
I only heard about the call about 2 hours ago, but not the suicide part. That's really bizarre. I don't think you can blame the radio DJs because anyone that would react to a little rib like that clearly had some issues beforehand.