Heart attack patient, 58, says hospital staff served up his dinner on a WASTE ...

Heart attack patient, 58, says he had to eat his dinner off a hospital WASTE BIN in a corridor because no beds were available Patient ate in corridor off a clinical waste bin because there were too few beds Steven Bradwick, 58, was being treated at Prince Charles Hospital, south Wales A spokesman for the NHS trust said they were investigating the incident 

By Luke Andrews For Mailonline

Published: 11:36 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 11:36 BST, 3 May 2019

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A heart attack patient said he was forced to eat his hospital dinner off a bin because no beds were available.

Steven Bradwick, 58, was left on a trolley for hours before being wheeled into a small bay on a corridor.

He then had to use an NHS clinical waste bin as a makeshift table to eat his evening meal off at Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. 

A heart attack patient was forced to eat off a clinical waste bin because no beds were available

A heart attack patient was forced to eat off a clinical waste bin because no beds were available

Steven Bradwick, 58, who is also a Labour councillor, said he was left on a trolley for hours before being wheeled into a small bay in the corridor

Steven Bradwick, 58, who is also a Labour councillor, said he was left on a trolley for

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