Whilst most people enjoyed spending time with their family and friends this weekend, the brave men and women of the emergency services/NHS would have been spending time away from their family and friends, putting their lives on the line in order to try and save the lives of complete strangers.
MOST decent members of the public applaud and appreciate the work that our emergency services do. We often get messages of ‘thanks’, via our Emergency Services Humour page, from decent members of the public, intended for the fine men and women of the emergency services.
Dont get me wrong, anyone who serves in the emergency services has an idea of what they are signing up for when they join. But they DID NOT and DO NOT sign up to be abused by idiotic & pathetic “people”, who clearly have no respect for anyone, or anything.
Take, for example, the scumbag featured in the video above that has now gone viral, who abuses a female Medic for DARING to park her EMERGENCY ambulance in the street, as she and her colleague render life-saving first aid to a local resident.
I label the male who hurled the abuse at the female as a scumbag, and make absolutely zero apologies for using such a term. ANYONE who, not only verbally abuses a female, but who verbally abuses a female medic is 100% worthy of the title of ‘Scumbag’.
We received loads of messages from our followers, asking us to share the video, and we did. Spending a few moments reading the comments on our post, we were under no illusion that 99.99% of the people who commented, found that the actions of the male scumbag featured in the video were completely abhorrent.
Whenever our oppos write in, and tell us about the abuse they have received whilst carrying out their life saving work, we often share the details of such incidents on our page. Partly, because the support which our followers show to the victims of such abuse might go someway to offsetting the effect of the disgusting and vile actions of the 0.01% of “society” who should volunteer to participate in one-way missions into outer space.
In reality, there is not any plausible excuse for abusing the men and women of our emergency services. Of course, individuals with diagnosed and recognised mental health issues do not apply (getting drunk/off your face on drugs, does not count).
And this is why, we WILL continue naming and shaming ANYONE caught abusing our emergency services.
If you see someone being abusive to members of the emergency services/NHS, then (as long as it is safe to do so) take a picture/video of them, and then send the pictures/footage into us via our Emergency Services Humour page.
We will gladly plaster their image all over our social media accounts, so that they can be shamed for all to see. It is about time, that the vile & feral excuses for human beings, who abuse our NHS / emergency services oppos (colleagues) are held to account for their disgusting behaviour.
Together, we can act as a conduit through which scumbags are showcased to the world, for their totally unacceptable behaviour.
And if you are the sort and type of individual who DOES and/or WOULD abuse our emergency services / NHS colleagues, then, although our practice of naming and shaming might not stop your vile and sub-human conduct, the prospect of having your details plastered all over social media might just make you think twice.
Oh, and if you are the scumbag featured in the video highlighted above, and you would like to issue an apology to the Medics whom you abused, then send us a message via our Facebook page, and we will happily share your apologetic words. But something tells us, that you are the sort of person who won’t apologise for your DISGUSTING behaviour.
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