Kate Middleton Hoax Call: Nurse found dead, Australian DJs taken off air

King Edward VII hospital where Prince William’s pregnant wife Kate Middleton was treated earlier this week, has condemned the Australian radio station that made a hoax call to nurse Jacintha Saldanha, who was found dead of a suspected suicide.

Jacintha who was the Indian-origin nurse was found dead at her house near the King Edward VII’s Hospital in London in a suspected suicide.

Meanwhile, two Australian DJs- Mel Greig and Michael Christian- who were behind the prank call seeking information about the condition of Kate , the Duchess of Cambridge, were taken off the air on Saturday after being held responsible for death of a nurse.

Amid protest against the Sydney’s 2DayFM’s employer have called and due to that Rhys Holleran, the chief executive of the company announced to suspension of two Djs until further notice.

The hoax or trick in which two DJs impersonated Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, has made worldwide headlines. Even, Australian Station took off air all ads till Monday as two leading Australian firms suspended their advertising.

The hospital chairman Lord Glenarthur calls the hoax “foolish” and urged to ensure not to repeat such incident again.

A Huge sadness have revealed by the Kat-Williams at the apparent suicide of Jacintha at the hospital.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge said that they “were looked after so wonderfully well at all times by everybody at King Edward VII Hospital, and their thoughts and prayers are with Jacintha Saldanha’s family, friends and colleagues at this very sad time.”