`When Melvyn Reed went into hospital for a heart bypass operation, his loved ones were anxious to be with him as he recovered.
But things got unexpectedly crowded around the bedside of the 58-year-old car salesman. And while his heart was on the mend, three others were soon broken.
For first, one of his wives turned up to comfort him. Then another. Then another. All within minutes of each other. [..]
Recalling the fateful day the three women all turned up at the hospital, Reed told police: “Unfortunately, the timing of the visits went out of sync and they all arrived at once.”
His first wife — his only legitimate one — is said to be standing by him.’