Crocodile bites and toxic mushrooms: The WEIRDEST reasons Britons needed the NHS post-lockdown


Crocodile bites, volcanic eruptions and ingesting toxic mushrooms.

Those are just some of the weird ways Britons injured themselves in the first year after lockdown.

MailOnline has analysed the most bizarre reasons people in England needed NHS hospital care between April 1, 2021, to March 31 this year.

One case saw a 65-year-old women being bitten by a crocodile, and three cases of people being sent to hospital after ‘contact with a marine animal’ in the comfort of their own home.

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