Nicholas Brett Delaney has pleaded guilty to attempted fraud and entering premises with intent after he was found out to act a doctor in two separated Australian clinics. The 25-year-old frequented Lady Cliento Children’s Hospital and Ronald McDonald House in South Brisbane for 7 months fooling the staff to get access to the areas in hospitals which are available only for the doctors. While in these areas he stole identification to further prop up his act. He was caught on a fraud as he failed to pronounce some basic terms which he would have probably known if he were a doctor. Delaney, who will face sentencing on January 29, told detectives that he initially started to pretend to be a doctor in the hopes that he would find love and later he became friends with many of the staff members. Magistrate Stuart Shearer said that Delaney needed to evaluate the seriousness of his offences and appear in court with proper legal representation for his sentencing. You shouldn’t underestimate the seriousness of your offences. It’s hardly a trivial offence to be impersonating a doctor in a children’s hospital over an extended period of time,” Shearer said.