Male interns take pictures of patients and colleagues and hide nearly 100 male nude photos on their mobile phones

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 Male interns take pictures of patients and colleagues and hide nearly 100 male nude photos on their mobile phones


Hong Kong University male interns are suspected of hiding nearly 100 naked photos of patients and colleagues on their mobile phones. (Source: ~)

A male intern at the University of Hong Kong was arrested on suspicion of photographing a male colleague taking a bath while working in Mary Hospital. Police later found hundreds of male bare photos in his mobile phone, some of them hospital patients.

The male doctor surnamed Lin, who was suspected of taking pictures of the patient and his colleagues, was 25 years old. Before his arrest, he worked as an intern at Mary Hospital on Hong Kong Island.

It is understood that he had studied in the Medical College of the University of Hong Kong before. In January this year, a photograph of male nurses taking a bath in the bathroom of the nursesdormitory of Mary Hospital was found and the police arrested him. During the police investigation, hundreds of bare mens photos were found in his mobile phone. The photos mainly took the bust and lower body of men. Most of them did not take the head, but some of them were patients wearing hospital patientshandbands.

In addition to Mary Hospital, the arrested doctor had internship in Ming Ai Hospital at the end of last year, and the police contacted some patients through hand straps. They had the impression that they had seen the doctor and had asked him to have a physical examination, but they did not know that the other party had taken pictures.

The HA said it had transferred the doctors involved and would cooperate with the law enforcement authorities in investigating how many patients were photographed. Source: Look at the responsible editor of news: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

The HA said it had transferred the doctors involved and would cooperate with the law enforcement authorities in investigating how many patients were photographed.