A young British mom has opened up about an embarrassing sticky situation – one that left her child running for the ER, thinking she had a big hole in her mouth.
Stiles recalled, “I tried to touch it but he yelled at me, so I ran over his dad and saw him,” Stiles recalled, “It’s like leaving him, shaking, sweating and holding on.” .
“We put a torch [flashlight] To this and his father said, ‘What is that?’
Her mother suggested that they take Harvey directly to the hospital, so he unloaded his two eldest children with their grandparents before driving 30 minutes to the nearest ER.
At the hospital, the staff initially appeared to prepare Harvey for a specialist – until a nurse inserted his pen into the torch’s mouth.
“After watching for about 30 seconds, she said, ‘This is a sticker,'” recalled the mother, who initially countered the diagnosis and insisted that it was a hole.
But the nurse simply “put her finger in her mouth and kicked it out,” Stiles acknowledged to Surya, who said it happened earlier this week.
“I was having a laugh, so feeling so embarrassed … I told him that I felt like a right prat,” he said, adding that the UK used slang for an idiot and said That he must have hugged the nurse was not a refusal for COVID-19 safety regulations.
“He replied, ‘Well, I’ve never fixed a cleft palate at A & E’s door before,” Stiles recalled the nurse looking at the funny side.
“We all proceeded out laughing, because we felt a shame to get back from the car,” she said, then had to call all the family members, who helped to report that “Harvey was actually in his mouth” Did not have holes “but only” liked the stickers. “