A BRAVE NHS nurse filmed and confronted a group of “absolute idiots” whom she saw drinking in a park in the middle of the coronavirus shutdown.
Social media footage shows the woman forcing the group of six to go home after seeing them lounging on a grassy path in Basingstoke, Hampshire.
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The clip opens with the group sitting with their bikes in the sun drinking beers.
You can hear the woman say, “My husband is not paid.
“I have to come in and work overtime all the time. I have two children.
“I have to go to work every day, fearing to bring it back to my family because of people like you.
“You are absolute idiots. “
The group begins to get up to leave, and one of them says to the woman, “Stop f ** king recording – now.”
She replies: “No. If you’re going to be stupid, then I’ll show the world how stupid you are.
“Why do you think you are better than anyone, I have no idea. “
The group then gets on their bikes and leaves, but one lingers, leaning on their bike and looking at their phone.
The woman said to him, “I will gladly stay here until the police arrive. “
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So far, the coronavirus has infected more than 73,000 people in the UK, which puts enormous additional pressure on the NHS.
Many hospitals were left without adequate drugs, equipment or beds, and staff members were forced to work overtime to meet the additional demand.
Reports have also begun to emerge from key workers – including doctors, nurses, caregivers and postal workers – who died after contracting the virus during the pandemic.
The UK is expected to experience sunny weather and warm temperatures over the Easter weekend, but the government has reminded the British that foreclosure measures remain in place.
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They said anyone who ventures outside of their home may make the spread of the virus worse.
Residents are currently told to leave home only to get essential food, medical supplies, or exercise for one day.