In a surprise announcement yesterday, The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, revealed, that, while maintenance work is being carried out on their rooftop helipad, they will be using the gigantic face of pop icon, Olly Murs, as a temporary landing spot for their fleet of air ambulances.
A hospital spokesperson said last night: “We are delighted to announce that, instead of using the roof of the building, all our helicopters will be landing on the enormous face of Olly Murs.
“Olly has been a wonderful supporter of the hospital in the past; so when we asked him if we could use his great big dial to land our air ambulances on, he was only too happy to help out.
“Most of the landings will be on his huge forehead; but in the event of an emergency, such as a terror attack or major transport incident, we will be utilising his massive chin area and gigantic cheeks to accommodate any extra helicopters that have been deployed. An emergency team of doctors and paramedics will also be kept inside his gargantuan nostrils to ensure that swift aid can be given to casualties on arrival.”
Murs was unavailable for comment last night, but his mother, Millicent, 102, told The Whelk: “This is great news and absolutely typical of my boy. I can’t tell you how proud my husband and I are of him. I spoke to him on the phone last night and he can’t wait for the air ambulances to start landing on his big face. Thank God we produced a child with such an enormous fizzog is all I can say”
Source: Popular Air Ambulance & Big Face Monthly