Coffin maker allegedly caught in hospital removing IV Fluids from patients

A 33-year-old coffin maker who is struggling to makes sales, is accused of sneaking into a hospital to remove IV Fluids inserted into the veins of cholera patients on admission.

This incident is said to have happened in Limbe, a seaside city in the South-West Region of Cameron.

The man was allegedly caught in the act by one of the nurses on duty who then raised alarm.

He tried to flee the scene but was caught by hospital security who then called the police to take him away.

This incident was shared on Twitter by a Cameron based media outlet.

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