In a tragic misunderstanding, a dying autistic boy was granted a final wish - only for the organisation helping him to foul it up completely.
Geoff Lucky, aged 9, of Coventry, suffers from cancer of the soul, and is expected to die any day now. The Morbid Patronisers group came to help him by offering to fulfill a dream of his, whatever it may be.
Geoff explained slowly through his translating robot that he loves wild animals and has always dreamed of seeing wolves. Unfortunately there was a mix up in understanding. He was taken for a day trip out which he believed he would spend at a zoo seeing the creatures that he loves.
Instead, he spent two uncomfortable hours at Molineux stadium watching Wolverhampton Wanderers B team playing a first round FA cup match against Wrexham Council. Wrexham won 3-2 on penalties.
The day out was particularly painful for Geoff because he is allergic to footballs, stadiums, and referees' whistles. When he came back, his condition had worsened considerably.
Morbid Patronisers have since apologised for the mix-up and have promised to make it up to Geoff by bringing a live wolf into his hospital ward.