‘Hot’ Nurse in Trouble After She’s Caught Wearing Only Bra and Panties Under PPE Gown
A nurse from Russia has been suspended from the hospital she was working at after she became a viral sensation due to photos of her that confirmed she was wearing only a bra and panties under a see-through PPE gown.
The New York Post reported that the unnamed nurse worker at a hospital in Tula, a city located 100 miles south of Moscow. There, she recently arrived for a shirt working in an all-male COVID-19 patient wing wearing nothing but her underwear under her transparent personal protective equipment.
A nurse in Russia was suspended from the hospital where she worked in Tula, after she arrived at her shift in the all-male coronavirus patient wing with no clothing underneath her transparent personal protective equipment, save for her skivvies. https://t.co/JZgXVHzqSm
— Maria Bonanno (@MariaBonanno9) May 20, 2020
When confronted by her bosses at the Tula Regional Clinical Hospital, the nurse stood by what she had done, saying that she was “too hot” to wear clothing under the gear that was protecting her from the deadly coronavirus pandemic. She also claimed that she did not notice the fact that her underwear could be seen, despite the fact that her PPE gear was clearly see-through.
Though there were “no complaints” from the male patients who were in the wing at the time, the hospital decided to suspend the nurse anyway for “non-compliance with the requirements for medical clothing.” The regional health ministry confirmed to reporters that “a disciplinary sanction was applied to the nurse of the infectious diseases department who violated [uniform] requirements.”
While the hospital initially claimed that the nurse, who they said was in her 20s, was wearing lingerie, they have since amended this to say that the two-piece getup was possibly a “swimming suit.”
Despite the fact that the so-called “hot nurse” was disciplined, social media users have been standing by her.
“At least someone has a sense of humor in this gloomy, gloomy reality,” one person commented, with another adding, “Well done, she raised the mood of the patients.”
“Why punish the nurse? You need to reward her,” a third person wrote. “Seeing this outfit, no one wants to die.”