The NHS is already buckling under a massively increased workload since the refugee crisis began.
Doctors and nurses are struggling to cope as hospitals are being swamped with the influx of people affected by the current conflict in the middle east.
An NHS spokesperson said "Cases of feet getting stuck in the mouths of people making knee jerk statements have reached record levels and the injuries caused by people jumping onto eye catching but dangerously misinformed bandwagons are reminiscent of the great bouncy castle disaster of 95 when the worlds largest bouncy castle was overinflated causing the 2000 bouncers using it to launch 200 feet into the air and land in the nearby car park."
Meanwhile scientists and surgeons have made a breakthrough by performing the first ever anal-dental-ectomy where they successfully removed teeth from a patients rectal cavity.
Lead surgeon, Dr Will C.U.Now explained "We finally have a treatment to combat people talking from their arse however, it is only a temporary measure as as soon as the patient logs onto social media the problem re occurs."