Phone row led to A&E closure

A hospital visitor shut down one of London’s busiest A&E departments for three hours when he climbed on to the roof in protest because he could not find his phone, a court heard. Leon Keens-Douglas, 51, threatened to jump from the roof of Kings College Hospital in Denmark Hill, Camberwell, with a rope around his neck on 26 November last year. He told police officers he would only leave once he had been given back his mobile phone, which he…

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