Fake paramedic found wandering the halls of Royal Adelaide hospital

February 20, 2018

A suspicious man wearing a fake paramedic uniform posed as an ambulance officer at the newly built Royal Adelaide Hospital, according to an article on the Daily Mail website.

The incident is a major security breach for the newly opened Australian hospital. 

South Australian police identified the man and said he is "undergoing a mental health assessment."  

There is no evidence he interacted any patients according to hospital officials.


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