Welcome To Madhouse Britain

Welcome To Madhouse Britain

Just a few decades ago, Monty’Python’s sketch about Stan, the insane Judean resistance activist who wanted to be a woman, was just a ludicrous joke. But now ‘real life; has caught up with satire in 21st Century Madhouse Britain!


A hospital has been forced to apologise to after a man who is uysing chemicals and surgery to become an imitation woman who visited a ward dressed in a sex shop Mrs Claus outfit at Christmas after the nurse mistook her for a man and exclaimed ‘erggh’ when corrected.

Chantelle Saunders, who claims to be transitioning from male to female, said she was left ‘very, very upset’ by the way she was treated by staff at Royal Devon and Exeter hospital.

The 34-year-old claims a nurse replied ‘Er…it’s a man’ when she wished her ‘Happy Christmas’ while wearing an Ann Summers Mrs Claus outfit.

But she said she was disgusted after the nurse believed she was a man and then replied ‘erggh’ when she informed her she was a transgender woman. It seems that his/her right to be ‘disgusted’ at the feelings of a normal person is sacrosanct, but if a normal person feels the same way about him/her/it/they (inclusive pronouns) then that’s some sort of hate crime!

In a letter the hospital told Chantelle that the nurse thought she was male because ‘you had a full beard and were dressed in male attire’.

But they have now apologised and said they are keen to speak to Chantelle to see if they can ‘explore how we can resolve any remaining issues she has’.

Chantelle said she has never had a beard, even before she began her three year transition, and blasted the nurse’s actions.

She said: ‘I was very, very upset. I’m a transgender woman – transitioning from male to female. I went to visit my friend in hospital on Christmas Eve on one of the RD&E ward.

‘She was in having an operation and there was a nurse in the cubicle. I said ‘Happy Christmas’ and the nurse replied ‘Er…it’s a man’.

‘I said ‘No I’m a transgender woman’ and she said ‘errgh’.’

‘But I appealed and made another complaint about that because they didn’t speak to me or speak to my two witnesses.

‘Now I have had a letter back from the deputy chief executive/chief nurse which basically says that the nurse involved has no recollection of making the comment – but again they never spoke to my two witnesses.’

 Chantelle continued: ‘The bit of the letter that has really upset me is this bit, it says, ‘However when a person is visited we are advised to address the person as they are seen. In your case I understand you had a full beard and were dressed in male attire’.’

Chantelle said if the hospital had contacted her witnesses they would all testify that she was dressed as a woman, as she has for the last three years since she began transitioning and taking female hormones.

She said: ‘I am always dressed as a woman. I had full make-up. I had my hair on. I am on female hormones and do not have a beard.

‘Even my passport shows that I am female. This second letter is even worse than the first.

‘Life is difficult enough when you are transitioning. I have had hate crimes committed against me.

‘But I am very surprised that this is how I have been treated. They are usually very good and treat me properly. But this is just ridiculous.’

Friend Chloe Palmer, 20, said: ‘I was with Chantelle. She had got a Mrs Claus outfit from Ann Summers and she had stockings and make-up and her hair done.

‘I was upset because in that industry they should be used to having different kinds of people going in and out without passing judgement. I was a bit shocked.’

In a statement from the hospital, Chief Nurse Em Wilkinson-Brice said: ‘We are always sorry to hear when a patient or visitor is unhappy with their experience at the RD&E.

‘In this case we have investigated the complaint and apologised for any offence caused.

‘We are keen to speak with Ms Saunders to explore how we can resolve any remaining issues she has.

‘All staff at the RD&E undergo equality and diversity training as standard, reflecting the importance we place on the value of inclusion and collaboration.’

Final thought? The sooner we get rid of this crazy far-left Corbyn regime and return to being governed by Conservatives, the better! Or, err!!!