Other things she's said indicate she would be more than eligible for several hundred dollars per week of CenterLink money (welfare). A pregnant woman unable to work due to health complications? She already fits the requirements for three different CentreLink schemes, and that's without knowing any further details of her personal life (through which she may be eligible for more). More than enough for food, petrol, bills, and doctors (where everything she describes is basically entirely covered with Medicare, so it wouldn't dig into her budget). Oh, and if you get any one payment from CentreLink, you are automatically able to get Rent Assist, which is what it sounds like.
So her going on about how she can't afford to pay her bills and having to pay before being allowed to see the doctor is very much made up so that people who don't know how the system works in Australia will give her pity money. It doesn't add up even closely to what the truth would be.
She picked up on people giving her sympathy at her first story (which may have been entirely made up, given how obviously her second one is full of it), and is trying to use the same scheme to get money. Sick.
Back on topic: I was at a restaurant last night, where a guy at the table next door ordered steak. He then got upset when he found out half-way through that steak isn't vegetarian (the menu described it as coming from beef very specifically and obviously). I think he was trying to be vegetarian but didn't understand what it entailed. The poor waiter. We were extra nice to him (it's rude to tip here) and put in a good word for how well he withstood the idiotic abuse.