Nurse Xiao Shiyu posts photos of her mocking and mishandling newborn babies
WHAT happens to your newborn baby when its in the care of the hospital workers? In Eastern China, at the Children’s Hospital linked to Zhejiang University’s medical school, senior intern Xiao Shiyu, 22, has been taking photos of the babies and uploading their photos of a website.
In to photos, caring Shiyu holds the babies and lets their heads loll about. She quips on the Sina Weibo site:
“What’s wrong, baby? Wake up. Are you still alive? This makes me laugh my head off. You even know how to mimic the dead.”
Shiyu has been suspended. She says:
“I love babies, but I did it in an incorrect way. I hope Internet users and parents can forgive me for my childish behaviour. I will learn a lesson and consciously show professional integrity.”
Yeah, Whatever. The internet cannot be erased. Shiyu is undone. The best she can hope for is that she gets married and any name change renders her past action less traceable.
Meanwhile, let’s look at how it used to be done: