Dalek creator Raymond Cusick has been injured in an incident with a dustbin at his home in London. Mr Cusick was 'bundled over' by his bin when he tried to put some trash in it yesterday morning.
Cusick, who first had the idea of the Daleks when he knocked the same bin over back in 1963, was taken to London's Paddington Green Hospital for monitoring, and became the hospital's first patient in a new form of Ultrasonic Reversed-Polarity Hydrotherapy.
The creative genius was wired-up with electrodes to his brain, and placed an enormous tank of pink and yellow-coloured water that constantly bubbled, and emitted large amounts of noxious vapour. The contraption wouldn't have been out of place in an episode of Doctor Who.
Mr Cusick was assigned the care of specialist Hong Kong medic, Doctor Hu, hu said, that the treatment had been only a partial success, and that Mr Cusick would probably now have to spend the rest of his life as The Brain Of Morbius. He added:
"Mr Cusick is lucky to have survived. I've seen what these bins can do."
Raymond Cusick is 186.