Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 3 April 2020

Man jailed for visiting hospital with no good reason after Facebook boasts (showing it to be empty is not a ‘good reason’)

‘A man who boasted that he spent two hours walking through his local hospital to see how bad things were for himself has been jailed for three months. Kierran Stevenson, 32, bragged about his exploits at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Aylesbury, on Facebook and was caught on CCTV as he made his way through public areas. He said he went ‘up and down’ in lifts but was disappointed not to see staff in hazmat suits or PPE as he visited ‘every corner’ of the hospital, but confirmed that Costa was open. He shared photos on Facebook of himself at the hospital and images of the corridors as he claimed that staff were not taking safety measures seriously, the Crown Prosecution Service said.

In one post, he wrote that he was going to Asda in Stoke Mandeville before a walk around the hospital, saying: ‘Time to have a look with my own eyes!’ Stevenson admitted causing a public nuisance and breaking emergency movement restrictions.’

Read more: Man jailed for visiting hospital with no good reason after Facebook boasts (showing it to be empty is not a ‘good reason’)

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