Furious Whale hangs up on anti-vaxx caller, saying, ‘Can’t b***dy be bothered with people like you.’

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Furious Whale hangs up on anti-vaxx caller, saying, “Can’t b***dy be bothered with people like you.”

James Whale, the host of TALKRADIO, yelled at an anti-vaxx caller, saying he couldn’t “b***dy be bothered with people like you.”

James Whales slammed the phone down on an anti-vaxxer, telling him he “can’t b***dy be bothered with people” who spread unfounded conspiracy theories about the coronavirus vaccine.

The NHS has been urging people to get their flu shots because hospitals are seeing 14 times as many coronavirus patients as they were this time last year.

Terry from St Helens, calling on TalkRadio, said: “All right.

Anti-vaxxers are people who oppose vaccinations.

“I’d like you to answer a couple of questions because you’ve received a lot of abuse from anti-vaxxers.”

“I don’t think we’ve done nearly enough, in my opinion,” James Whale interjected.

“Why are drug companies indemnified against any prosecutions for what might happen if you have a reaction to the vaccines?” Terry wondered.

“Then there’s the ‘why do we need the booster?'”

“I’ll leave that up to you, Ash,” Mr Whale said.

I’m not interested in them.

“Because it wears out after a while,” said co-host Ash Gould.

“I can’t bloody be bothered with people like you,” Mr Whales continued.

“I’m not interested in bothering you.”

“You can’t answer the question, James?” the caller interjected.

“I can’t be bothered to answer it anymore,” Mr Whales replied.

“If you’re dumb enough to say what you’ve said.”

Greetings and good night.

Thank you so much.

“Good-bye.”

The National Health Service is urging people to get their booster shots.

Third shots are currently only available to people over the age of 50.

According to the NHS, 4.5 million people have yet to receive the first dose.

Amanda Pritchard, the NHS’s chief executive, has predicted a difficult few months ahead.

“There is no doubt that the NHS is under pressure, and there are some very real pressures on health and social care,” she told Sky News.

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