NEWS: Ohio Man Faces Charges After Chasing Daughter While Wearing Clown Mask

September 19, 2017
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NEWS: Ohio Man Faces Charges After Chasing Daughter While Wearing Clown Mask

Father Charged After Chasing Daughter in Clown Mask as ‘Punishment’

This file photo taken on October 21, 2013 shows, Halloween masks on a wall at Spirit Halloween costume store in Easton, Maryland. A series of creepy clown sightings across the United States has caused a wave of hysteria, forcing police and schools to scramble to contain spreading jitters, and even the White House to weigh in.

WKBN-TV reported the Barrett Jr. told police he thought chasing her would be a better option than physically punishing her.

Barrett Jr. was charged with child endangerment and inducing panic, and the man who fired the shot was charged with using weapons while intoxicated.

Professional clown says the creepy clowns that have been popping up all over the country don’t represent “real” clowns. (Oct. 19) AP

Hospital employees from the Naval Hospital Jacksonville have been removed from patient care after disturbing photos involving newborns went viral on Monday.

Breaking News: Hospital employees removed after taking disturbing photos of newborns, calling them ‘mini Satans’

The viral post, that has been shared over 185,000 times, shows screenshots taken from the employees’ Snapchat account. In the images, the employee is seen sticking up her middle finger to a newborn, captioned with “How I currently feel about these mini Satans.” The post also explains that in one of the Snapchat screenshots, the “navy nurse” and her friend held up the baby, making the baby dance to rap music.

The Naval Hospital Jacksonville posted a statement addressing the photos on their Facebook page:

‘Mini Satans’: Why is this ‘navy nurse’ giving a newborn baby the middle finger?

The Naval Jacksonville Hospital announced Monday night that it has removed multiple employees after images of them inappropriately handling newborn babies surfaced online.

The image, which the Facebook post said came from a “navy nurse,” was a screenshot of an image shared on Snapchat, according to ABC News.

And in a video, another employee is reportedly seen holding an infant and making it dance to rap music.

“We are aware of a video / photo posted online,” the hospital wrote on Facebook. “It’s outrageous, unacceptable, incredibly unprofessional, and cannot be tolerated.

“We have identified the staff members involved. They have been removed from patient care and they will be handled by the legal system and military justice.”

Outrage was swift from commenters on the Florida hospital’s Facebook post.

“I’m sickened by the actions taken by these two individuals!!!!!” wrote Lisa Wagoner Buttrey. “We are suppose to trust care systems…..had it been my child they did this to loosing [sic] their license would have been the last thing they needed to worry about!!!!!!!!!!”

Another person, Diane Perrot, added: “Disgrace to the nursing profession! Cudos [sic] to the Commanding Officer for holding them accountable for their actions”

While some, like Tammy Elliott, wondered if the punishment was too severe.

“While this young ladies actions [sic] were in poor judgment. I don’t think she deserves to be fired.” Elliott wrote “She is young, made a huge mistake. You all attacking her innocent? Sounds to me like she has some frenemys that want her go down.”

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