Too Many Corpses
There was one body too many in the morgue. The pathologist on duty panicked, checking and double checking records. The first fear was that someone deceased had been submitted and the proper paperwork not filled out. The second, more wild fear, was that someone had smuggled a body in, anonymously disposing of a corpse. This idea proved totally unfounded, and, in time, so did the first. After visually inspecting the occupants of the morgue, the pathologist finally ended the crisis by telling the new guard that he was not allowed to nap in there.