The Daily Star came up with the headline "Eggs and Pains" for their story about how time-wasters were going to A&E (accident and emergency) because they had eaten too many chocolate Easter eggs. 

It got so bad that some NHS Trusts took to Facebook to beg people to be sensible.

South Tees Trust NHS Foundation Trust said: "Believe it or not, we do have people coming into A&E with stomach aches caused by overindulgence.

"If you've had one too many Easter eggs and a big Sunday dinner, you're likely to feel better after a rest at home and drinking plenty of water."

The headline "eggs and pains" is a pun on the phrase "aches and pains" which is used to describe discomfort in multiple areas of the body.  Of course you can also be a pain, or a pain in the neck if you are very annoying, which I think would describe the kind of person who uses an emergency service for such trivial matters.