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A sign for supermarket giant Coles (top) is dislpayed above a sign for a Southern Cross Austereo radio station (bottom) in Melbourne on December 8, 2012. Coles announced they would withdraw advertising from Southern Cross Austereo after two Australian radio presenters duped a woman working at a London hospital which treated Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine and who was later found dead. Media reports said Jacintha Saldanha, who had worked at the King Edward VII hospital in London for four years, had committed suicide while police said they were treating the death as unexplained. Saldanha had accepted the hoax call from two radio presenters from Sydney's 2Day FM pretending to be Queen Elizabeth II and William's father Prince Charles, before passing it onto a colleague who divulged details of Kate's condition. AFP PHOTO/William WEST (Photo credit should read WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images)
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A sign for supermarket giant Coles (top) is dislpayed above a sign for a Southern Cross Austereo radio station (bottom) in Melbourne on December 8, 2012. Coles announced they would withdraw advertising from Southern Cross Austereo after two Australian radio presenters duped a woman working at a London hospital which treated Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine and who was later found dead. Media reports said Jacintha Saldanha, who had worked at the King Edward VII hospital in London for four years, had committed suicide while police said they were treating the death as unexplained. Saldanha had accepted the hoax call from two radio presenters from Sydney's 2Day FM pretending to be Queen Elizabeth II and William's father Prince Charles, before passing it onto a colleague who divulged details of Kate's condition. AFP PHOTO/William WEST (Photo credit should read WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images)
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A sign for supermarket giant Coles is dislpayed above a sign for a... News Photo 157946608Australia,Giant,Human Interest,Melbourne - Australia,People,Radio Station,Sign,Supermarket,Vertical,Victoria - AustraliaPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPA sign for supermarket giant Coles (top) is dislpayed above a sign for a Southern Cross Austereo radio station (bottom) in Melbourne on December 8, 2012. Coles announced they would withdraw advertising from Southern Cross Austereo after two Australian radio presenters duped a woman working at a London hospital which treated Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine and who was later found dead. Media reports said Jacintha Saldanha, who had worked at the King Edward VII hospital in London for four years, had committed suicide while police said they were treating the death as unexplained. Saldanha had accepted the hoax call from two radio presenters from Sydney's 2Day FM pretending to be Queen Elizabeth II and William's father Prince Charles, before passing it onto a colleague who divulged details of Kate's condition. AFP PHOTO/William WEST (Photo credit should read WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images)