女护理人员在救护车上因 TikTok 视频而遭到强烈反对

TWO female paramedics have been blasted on social media after posting a video of themselves twerking in the back of an ambulance.

Rhianna Higgins and her crewmate spent their break choreographing dance videos for TikTok while on duty for Yorkshire Ambulance Service.

Rhianna and her colleague posted the video on TikTok

Rhianna and her colleague posted the video on TikTok信用: Facebook
They can be seen twerking in the footage

They can be seen twerking in the footage信用: TikTok

The pair can be seen posing and shimmying in the back of the ambulance, to a remix of 贾斯汀·比伯(Justin Bieber)的 song Baby.

But the joke backfired when hundreds of people slammed them on social media for being unprofessional.

Rhianna, 25, who lives in Doncaster, south Yorks, uploaded the footage to her TikTok along with several others in what appears to be ambulance buildings.

It is understood that she has worked for YAS for at least 18 月, and has posted several dances to the platform.

She also posted footage with another pal, in full paramedic uniform, dancing in front of an ambulance with blue lights blaring and also in a break room.

Rhianna captioned the video “Little boogie on break” before adding hashtags including #999 #crew #emergency. It has received 250,000 意见.

But her post saw hundreds of people hit out at her and her co-worker, saying they were disappointed in the pair.

One angry user wrote “and people wonder why it takes 3h for 1 to turn up” while another said “now I know why my nan didn’t make it.”

Someone else asked “shouldn’t you be saving lives?” and a fourth added “should be saving lives but making TikTok is priority.”

A furious commenter said: “Wow god help us all if we call 999 when all they think about is TikTok.”

One of the viewers even reported the footage to the 国民保健服务, with Rhianna replied: “Why feel the need to comment and report hun, if you’re not keen just keep scrolling.”

另一个质疑: “wow how do you find time with everyone dying from the world’s most deadly disease running rampant?”

The identity of the second paramedic has not been revealed, but some users appear to have taken a shine to blonde Rhianna.

‘CAN’T FAULT THEM

Despite offending certain users, some could simply not hide their admiration for the performing paramediccalling her “stunning.”

一说: “I love that blonde she smashes it” along with a smiling emojis with hearts.

Although the cheerful clip prompted people to share their disapproval and write negative feedback, Rhianna’s dance also made others happy.

One woman wanted to share her support and left the following comment: “They’re on a break, can’t fault them.

“8 minutes to get my dad and save his life 8 times over. Massive respect to ambulance services!”

Neither woman has addressed the comments since the TikTok video was uploaded, and it is not the first that Rhianna has uploaded while she is at work.

在四月份 2020, she uploaded a video dancing to the “Oh Nanana” trend on TikTok with another colleague in front of an ambulance vehicle with its blue lights flashing.

Other videos show Rhianna mucking around on a chair and dancing with another colleague in the YAS HQ.

Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust serves a population of five million people and employs 4,500 staff as well as having 1,000 volunteers.

On an average year, YAS will respond to 700,000 emergency calls and conduct one million patient transport journeys.

A Yorkshire Ambulance spokesperson said: “We are aware of the video which was filmed during a rest break.

We are taking the opportunity to remind colleagues about acting professionally at all times when representing the Trust.

We remain very proud of the amazing job our staff do to care for patients, often in challenging circumstances.”

In another video Rhianna and another colleague danced in front of a vehicle

In another video Rhianna and another colleague danced in front of a vehicle信用: TikTok
The viral video seems to have been taken in the back of an ambulance

The viral video seems to have been taken in the back of an ambulance信用: TikTok
Other videos appear to have been taken in YAS HQ

Other videos appear to have been taken in YAS HQ信用: TikTok