Taiwan Hospital Employs Veteran Strippers, Creates National Outcry

The hospital informed that its annual event has been canceled for two consecutive years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The hospital authorities therefore decided to bring in strippers for the entertainment of the patients.

In the viral video, a stripper was seen dancing around 12 wheelchair patients. The stripper was also seen dancing on a patient’s lap

Taipei: A military hospital in Taiwan has become the epicenter of a raging controversy for hiring strippers to entertain retired military personnel undergoing treatment at its facilities. Hospital authorities apologized for the act after news of the event leaked to the media, prompting a national outcry.

This incident took place in a government hospital called “Veterans Home” in Taiwan. According to a Daily Mail report, the incident took place on September 7. Hospital authorities issued an official statement apologizing for employing strippers for its patients.

After a video of strippers dancing inside the hospital went viral on the internet, hospital authorities faced a national furor. In the viral video, a stripper was seen dancing around 12 wheelchair patients. The stripper was also seen dancing on a patient’s lap.

Many called for a boycott of the hospital because the decision by hospital authorities was “indecent”. However, the hospital informed that its annual event has been canceled for two consecutive years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The hospital authorities therefore decided to bring in strippers for the entertainment of the patients.

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