Hello. I couldn't get through on your website address, but here goes:
About a year ago I was passing a patient's room when I heard his male nurse say, "Oh, did you you have a moustache?" On hearing the patient angrily mumble something back, I stopped and looked in. The nurse had accidentally shaved off the majority of the patient's moustache (how he missed the fact that the man previously had a hairy face I'll never know). The patient, angry and red-faced, was sporting a wafer thin strip of upper lip hair not unlike the ridiculous one worn by Ronald Coleman in those old 1940s movies.
I'm afraid that far from feeling sorry for the man, I had to exit the room quickly before I choked trying to suppress the laughter. I couldn't move any further than the nurses station as I got weaker and weaker. Gradually, all nurses slowly passed the man's room and tried, inconspicuously, to view the 'new look' man in side room 5. The response was the same from each nurse. It was several minutes before I could compose myself and resume my work. The story often came up afterwards and we still laughed as hard.
I would like to say that the patient was never aware of the hilarity his new moustache caused, so no harm was done, except for the fact that it took a while for it to grow back. He accepted the nurse's apology and that was that.