Ruckus at Delhi hospital: Man threatens to sprinkle 'corona-infected' blood

Ruckus at Delhi hospital: Man threatens to sprinkle 'corona-infected' blood

Delhi hospital. (Photo: IANS)

New Delhi, April 19 (IANS) A man created quite a ruckus at a Delhi hospital for a few hours on Sunday, claiming he was infected with coronavirus and would infect anyone who dared to approach him with his blood. The drama unfolded at the Safdarjung Hospital in the afternoon, with the man somehow reaching the third-floor balcony of Ward Number 29, Delhi Fire Service Director Atul Garg told IANS. Garg said the fire brigade got a call around 3.45 p.m. about the man who threatening that if anyone tried to approach him, he would infect them with his blood by inflicting cuts on his hand. Confusion went on for around two-and-a-half hours before the man was brought down safe by the fire brigade personnel and handed over to the police. The man, whose identity could not be known, was said to be aged around 44 and is a native of West Bengal. Police said it was still a mystery how the man managed to climb up the hospital building even though security guards provided by a private firm are deployed 25X7 at the premises. Police said the man seemed mentally unstable.

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