Other than that, she's in great shape
An article in Saturday's Scotsman tells the story of a woman who got home from her doctor's appointment to find a letter telling her she was dead.
After an appointment for a blood test, she came home to find the letter from Sutton and East Surrey Water.
Addressed to the household, it explained that her direct debit had been cancelled due to her death and advised the family to contact the company to find out how this would affect water charges.
Luckily Mrs Warnes, a 46-year-old mother-of-two, saw the funny side. She said: "It was very ironic after everything I've been through. I thought 'Am I? Well you'd think the doctor would have told me'.