A hospital in England launched a review of their policy about celebrities after Ed Sheeran was brought in with an emergency last year and not treated properly.
The singer was taken to Ipswich hospital after breaking his wrist and left elbow in a biking accident last October. At issue isn’t his care, but how the workers at the hospital dealt with the star.
The BBC reports that Ed was asked to sign autographs and pose for pictures when he was being treated, prompting the hospital to look into their policies and protocols towards "high profile patients." The review looked into "confidentiality, privacy of the patient and their loved ones and practical considerations".