This one is weird--- related to hospital carry
Wow, I never thought I would advocate for hospital carry, but this little story sort of puts another spin on things:
"After he allegedly escaped unnecessary chest surgery, a Maryland man says he was detained, beaten, and repeatedly called a "*****" by security at Prince George's Hospital in Cheverly, Md., as he attempted to seek medical care elsewhere."
Basically, this guy was in an auto accident. They put the wrong ID bracelet on him, one belonging to a woman 13 years younger, told him they were prepping him for chest surgery to remove a tumor.
He tried to leave. Was viciously attacked by two security guards who beat him so badly while they tried to retrieve the wrong ID bracelet he needed additional care at a different hospital.
A twelve million dollar suit is pending.
Like folks say, anytime, anywhere.
If you read some of the comments in response to the story it is apparently not all that unusual for there to be a "hospital of little horrors" experience.
All I can say is wow!!! Double and triple wow@@.
Bring your meds, bring your OC, and hide a sharpened screw driver under your gown. An LCP would do nicely where allowed.