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Call the Midwife fans are horrified after the shocking foot scene

CALL Midwife fans tonight who grimaced in horror at a deeply disturbing sight showing a man losing his leg.

Episode three of the BBC1 medical drama sees Nancy befriend Bernard, a drug addict who is addicted to drugs.

Call The Midwife's Nancy got a shock when she went to help a drug addict with gangrene

Call The Midwife’s Nancy got a shock when she went to help a drug addict with gangrene

Bernard's leg has left her hand

Bernard’s leg has left her hand

The local man then visited Nonnatus House to find Nancy, who reminded him of his biological mother, but when she was not there, he turned down the opportunity to meet Dr. Turner.

Realizing how sick Nancy really is, Dr. Turner and Fred go looking for Bernard.

They eventually discovered he’d fallen on the sidewalk, and when Nancy reached out to check his leg, his rotting calf had fallen out of her hand.

Dr Turner confirmed Bernard had gangrene, caused by methylated spirits, before the trio rushed him to the hospital.

One viewer said: “YOU LOOK OFF???? Omfg”

A gasp for a second: “Nancy is very calm considering his foot has just fallen from her hand. I will melt”

Another wrote: “Watch #CallTheMidwife and remember life as a student in the 80s. I took a man’s homemade clothes off his feet and saw 6 inch toenails and crawling maggots. everywhere. Poor soul, amputated the next day”


The emotional scenes prompted other fans to reach for tissues, with one adding: “Note to yourself: don’t cry every time you watch Call The Midwife.”

Nancy was devastated when Bernard died, telling her sister Frances, “I’m the only one in the whole world who mourns for him.”

The midwife said, “No, it’s not” before hugging her.

The episode is set in the 1960s at Poplar in London, highlighting the lack of facilities for people battling addiction at the time.

But it ended when councilor Violet vowed to set up a support system for the likes of Bernard.

Fans have been praising the film for solving difficult problems.

One person wrote: “@CallTheMidwife1 always hits the nail in the head perfectly. Themes from the 1960s are still relevant today. That made me cry as much as the plot and the great acting.”

Sister Frances has to deliver heartbreaking news to a woman diagnosed with cervical cancer on Call the Midwife

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