An engineer who helped Health Minister Dr James Reilly escape from a broken lift was astonished to find a primary care centre in his front garden this morning.
The man said he was in two minds about whether or not to accept the unsolicited medical centre.
“It’s ruined the lawn,” he said.
“But I suppose it could come in handy. I’ve been worried about my heart.”
“Here we go again,” his wife said. “Bloody hypochondriac.”