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interview with George Best's liver
The Evil Gerald talks to George Best's new liver
Best's new liver was recovering last night in London's exclusive Cromwell
Hospital after being transplanted into the ageing soccer star's alcohol
ridden body from a donor. Controversy surrounds the operation which doctors
say was a success. But some critics say that the ethics of the procedure
are questionable. The Evil Gerald spoke exclusively to Best's liver
at its hospital bedside.
Best: He lived
so little kids could die
So, how does it feel to be in your new home?
GBL: It feels good. You know, I was afraid I might get the body
of some kid who was really sick. That would have really worried me. But
I've still got a few years left in me yet.
EG: What are your plans as soon as you get out of hospital?
GBL: Well, as I say, I have to take one day at a time. But I hope
to keep on dissolving fats from the bloodstream and storing them until
they are broken down. I'm really looking forward to storing some major
toxins as well, which I reckon I'll keep in [coughs] a stacked cell formation
inside my soft tissue.
EG: Would you ever accept a drink from somebody else?
GBL: It's hard one to [palpitates] answer and I've been getting
a lot of stick over it in the past few weeks. I have to keep thinking
"Is there someone else out there who deserves this Jack Daniels and
Coke more than I do?" It's really eating me up inside.
EG: Thanks, George Best's liver.
Any time. Fancy a pint?