A doctor killed herself in the bath at home after being arrested on suspicion of fraud and writing a suicide note protesting her innocence, an inquest heard.
June Shazeela Allim was arrested in September last year and accused of fiddling the books at the GP surgery where she worked with her husband Henry White.
Two weeks later, she took some over-the-counter medicine and was found dead in the bath by Dr White at the couple's £1 million home in the Warwickshire village of Norton Lindsey.
It all reminds me of that Jewish joke about the mother running panic stricken along the sea front shouting "Help, help! My son the doctor is drowning!"
Friday, 14 March 2014