Two G4S ambulance staff sacked over threat to patient on voicemail

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Crew were recorded suggesting they could beat vulnerable 43-year-old ‘to a pulp’

Two ambulance crew have been sacked by G4S after leaving a voicemail message for a vulnerable patient in which they suggested they could “beat the fuck” out of him with a fire extinguisher and then claim self-defence.

Last month the Guardian revealed that the driver of the two-man non-emergency G4S ambulance crew told his colleague that “beating a patient to a pulp” was preferable to “being beaten to a pulp”, even if they were prosecuted.

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