NHS tummy tucks for wanna-be celebs?

NHS tummy tucks for wanna-be celebs?For every one of the aforementioned thousands battling to get life-recovering NHS medication, Kelly Mcmanus' state-subsidized £5,000 tummy tuck is all the more discouraging than holding up for the letter that says you've at long last got an arrangement, in three months' opportunity.

Given that our squeaking NHS is so extended the Government is supposedly acknowledging sending patients to India to cut costs, this story beggars conviction.

The 27-year-old mother of three youngsters with the father is no place in sight requested the health administration pay for an operation to uproot her saggy 'mummy tummy' since it was discouraging her and cursing her aspiration to be Julia Roberts.

Yes, Miss Mcmanus has a dream. She needs to be a Hollywood on-screen character - the new Pretty Woman, no less - in spite of the truth she hasn't done any "acting" since she was at school.

The main screen time she's administered was on the Jeremy Kyle Show, yet then one take a gander at her uncovers she'd be fortunate to get a part on Eastenders as a dead figure after an eruption in the Queen Vic.

Yet her specialists esteemed she had a right to the costly operation she was persuaded might change her existence. She even had the daringness to say it might safeguard the health administration cash: any other way, they'd need to pay for a lifetime of medication for sadness.

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