Fry’s Still In Hospital



British actor Stephen Fry should have been released from hospital on Monday morning, April 7th, but was still held due to a technical fault.

This famous funny man has been under the doctors’ care since last Wednesday, April 2nd, when he was admitted to hospital to treat a painful skin condition. He was diagnosed with cellulitis.

The actor should have been home by Friday, April 4th, but he was kept in during the weekend of April 5-6th. His release was scheduled for Monday but was postponed again after he could not get a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) since the machine broke down.

He took his Twitter profile to announce his prolonged stay, by writing, “Oh woe, woe and woe with frilly pants on. The MRI machine is broken. Due for a scan and then release from hospital at 9 (AM). Heigh ho. Fate… Really looks like I’ll be free by mid-afternoon. MRI at 1pm. Meanwhile now enchanted by (book) Good For Nothing.”

Stephen also sparked more fears about his health issues over the past weekend by posting on his Twitter, “Calamity. Tragedy. Woe. Catastrophe. End of Days. Beastly Dark Blues have blighted my happiness. I may never leave hospital at all now. Sob.”

After a troubled childhood and adolescence, during which he was expelled twice from schools and spent three months in prison for credit card fraud, he got a place at Queens’ College, Cambridge, where he studied English literature.

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