She’s Arrested for Showing Video of an Empty Hospital

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In England, a woman was recently arrested by the police after posting a video of an allegedly “empty” hospital in Gloucestershire on social media.

Gloucestershire Constabulary police officers arrested the woman on Tuesday, on suspicion of a supposed “public order offense.

“According to the local news outlet Gloucestershire Live, the 46-year-old woman had been bailed until January under the condition that she did not enter any NHS facility unless it was a health emergency or appointment.

In the video posted on social media, the woman could be heard saying, “Where’s the second wave? Where’re all the people dying from the second wave?” as she wandered through the deserted corridors of the hospital.

“We’ve just been locked down in Gloucestershire into Tier 3, for this? For an empty hospital, look at it, this is a disgrace,” the unnamed woman went on.

“To be honest, I didn’t expect it to be this quiet,” the woman said, adding: “I expected a few more people to be around.”



“This is a disgrace. It is so dead. All the people in our country desperately waiting for treatment, cancer treatment, heart disease — honestly, this is making me so angry,” she concluded. “There’s absolutely nobody.”

In a statement, the Gloucestershire Police said: “Following several reports about a video filmed by a member of the public at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and posted online, officers arrested a 46-year-old woman yesterday (Tuesday 29 December) on suspicion of a public order offense.”

In a statement, the Gloucestershire Police said: “Following several reports about a video filmed by a member of the public at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and posted online, officers arrested a 46-year-old woman yesterday (Tuesday 29 December) on suspicion of a public order offense.”



In response to the arrest, London mayoral candidate David Kurten said: “A woman was arrested for filming this video of an empty hospital. This is not a crime. It is tyrannical to use the police to intimidate and harass whistleblowers.”