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Man found at hospital with wire cutters and drugs

PUBLISHED: 08:52 15 November 2019 | UPDATED: 08:52 15 November 2019

A surgeon performing a knee replacement put the wrong implant in, it has emerged. Photo: James Paget University Hospital

A surgeon performing a knee replacement put the wrong implant in, it has emerged. Photo: James Paget University Hospital

James Paget University Hospital

A man acting suspiciously at a hospital had wire cutters and suspected class A drugs.

Great Yarmouth Police have said they were called to the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston in the early hours of Friday (November 15) by security staff who had noticed a man acting suspiciously near the bike sheds.

The man was found with wire cutters and a quantity of suspected class A drugs, police said.

He was arrested.

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