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Nurse caught giving middle finger to newborn baby in Snapchat post

20 September 2017, 12:30 | Gerardo Harmon

Florida hospital workers fired over disturbing photos calling newborns 'mini Satans'

Naval nurses booted over disturbing pics, posts of 'mini Satan' newborns

The post also said that the "navy nurse" and her friend held up the baby and made it dance to rap music, according to WFTS.

Employees at the Naval Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, allegedly posted a video and photos of newborns to Snapchat, including a photo showing a worker smiling while flipping the middle finger at a newborn with the caption "how I now feel about these mini Satans".

Two enlisted nurses from the Naval Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, have been removed from their posts after images and video surfaced on Snapchat showing inappropriate and potentially risky treatment of babies in their care.

First Coast News was flooded with emails and messages sharing the Facebook post, which garnered more than 100,000 shares as of 11 p.m. Monday.

Naval nurses booted over disturbing pics, posts of 'mini Satan' newborns
Hospital Removes Nurses That Called Newborns 'Mini Satans'

The hospital said the staff members, who were not named, have been "removed from patient care", though it's unclear if that meant they've been terminated or simply moved to a different department.

It appears that the Naval Hospital Jacksonville's commanding officer has responded to the incident and composed a post letting the public know that the employees in question had been terminated. We're in the process of notifying the patient " s parents".

"Getting removed from their jobs. great". "Not only should these two [disgraceful] "nurses" be court marshalled, charged with child abuse and stripped of their nursing licenses, but clearly this is a command failure and the entire unit be evaluated to determine how these two people thought something like this can take place in a military hospital". The statement comes after some questionable social media posts involving newborns.

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