Vile women call NHS staff ‘murderers’ and ‘liars’ after running through hospital

Women filmed themselves running through hospital corridors shouting "murderers" at NHS staff and hurled homophobic abuse to a male nurse.

The vile incident took place on Tuesday, with the footage circulating on social media afterwards.

In the clip, women can be heard screaming and laughing as a series of videos show them running through the hospital's corridors.

At one point, the pair are believed to have entered the A&E department and shouted abuse at patients and staff, writes the Liverpool Echo.

In other footage, they can be heard outside laughing and shouting "murderers", "liars" and "f*** the NHS" in a rant where one woman also says "we did it".

The videos, shared into several groups online, attracted criticism from concerned members of the public before being taken down.

Two images were shared alongside the video and showed two women posing against social distancing signs inside the building.

The incident took place as the UK recorded 48,682 new coronavirus cases and 1,248 deaths – the third highest daily increase.

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NHS trusts in the Liverpool City Region have reported they're starting to "buckle under the strain" of the huge demands on services as doctors struggle to deal with the surging number of hospitalisations related to the disease.

Merseyside Police appealed to the public to trace the women.

They said: "We can confirm that detectives are investigating a public order incident at Liverpool Royal University Hospital on Tuesday 12 January.

"At around 9.25pm, officers were [called] to reports of three women being removed from the hospital after reportedly causing distress to patients, staff and visitors.

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"One of the women also directed homophobic abuse towards a male nurse.

"Security at the hospital removed the women and enquiries are ongoing to identify them."

Detective Inspector Graeme Osborne said: “We are treating this incident as a hate crime.

"These women not only caused distress to patients, staff and visitors to the hospital at this sad and challenging time, they verbally abused one of those nurses working so hard at the frontline.

“Our enquiries are ongoing into this abhorrent incident and we will take action on all information provided. Abuse of the emergency services will never tolerated and to do so in the current climate is absolutely disgraceful.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Merseyside Police via their social media desk on Twitter @MerPolCC or Facebook ‘Merseyside Police Contact Centre’ with reference 21000024838.

People can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or via their online form.

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