Hospital gown to be amended


The traditional pre-operative gown that patients wear is to have the front section cut away too, so that everyone can see your genitalia in addition to your anus as you walk around the ward.

Surgeons, still angry over their low pay, have insisted on the new garment because they felt that patients did not look sufficiently stupid before. Surgeon, Peter Thape is a big fan of the new surgical attire, and previously only got pleasure at work from watching grumbling patients attempt to cover their exposed buttocks on route to the toilet.

‘The new gown helps us quickly get to the area that we’re operating on,’ said Thape.

‘Plus, I don’t have to wait for the anaesthetist any more to get a quick flash at the woman’s do da,’ added Thape.