The other day, an elderly person took his wife to an ophthalmologist (who is known to be sincere, competent, accommodating, and considerate).
The lady was attended to by the optometrist, and the ophthalmologist then explained that she being a diabetic would need a dilated eye examination that might well take around one hour.
While the ophthalmologist was attending to another patient, the gentleman barged in and angrily demanded that his wife be seen forthwith bypassing the patient with whom the ophthalmologist had already spent over half-an-hour.
The ophthalmologist could hardly take this unprovoked angry interference, and gave the gentleman the choice to walk out, if he so liked, taking back the doctor's fee.
It appears that anger is slowly becoming a psychological problem with some disgruntled individuals...but can the society or Government authorities do nothing about it! more