Could get quite a lot of liothyronine for that...
NHS patient caught selling his drugs in undercover film
7 hours ago
A patient has been caught in an undercover BBC film illegally selling prescription drugs which cost the NHS £10,000 a year.
The man charged BBC reporter Jonathan Gibson £250 for a box of Enbrel, a specialist arthritis drug.
He said he was prescribed a box every four weeks and sold any that went unused.
In this instance he put it on eBay, where other prescription drugs were also being advertised.
A spokesperson for the online auction site said a number of listings had been removed, adding: "eBay sellers are prohibited from listing prescription drugs, in line with rules set by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency."
I might have hoped that ebay sellers would be prohibited from selling any medicines which were provided by US (you, me any anyone else who pays UK taxes) through the NHS.