Birmingham news Coronavirus hoaxer mum, 30, fined £200 for faking empty hospital pictures PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - She claimed the snaps had been taken at the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth, Hampshire, Southampton General hospital, the Princess Royal University hospital near Bromley, Kent and St Richard's Hospital in Chichester, West Sussex
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A hoaxer mum who falsely claimed a coronavirus -hit hospital was empty has been fined £200. Mum-of-two Hannah Dean, aged 30, posed as a journalist to take snaps at four different hospitals amid the coronavirus lockdown. But she pictured wards that were not on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus. She claimed the snaps had been taken at the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth, Hampshire, Southampton General hospital, the Princess Royal University hospital near Bromley, Kent and St Richard's Hospital in Chichester, West Sussex. Mirror Online report she wrote: "QA Queen Alexandra... hospital is the quietest I have ever seen it.
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Doctors treat a coronavirus patient in ITU in Surrey (Image: PA) A spokesperson for Hampshire Constabulary said: "Officers investigating reports of an individual attending local hospitals, including Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham, and taking photos in breach of current Covid-19 regulations have issued a Fixed Penalty Notice. "A £200 Fixed Penalty notice has been issued to a 30-year-old woman under current Health Protection Regulations. "Our officers will continue to engage, explain and encourage the public around the Covid-19 regulations before taking enforcement action for blatant breaches of the regulations."
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Play now The post on their Facebook page read: "Some of you will have seen the reports of persons attending local hospitals, taking photos of parts of the hospital that are not on the frontline in the fight against Covid-19, and using the images to suggest our hospitals are not being stretched. Our colleagues across the NHS are working flat out to fight this virusHampshire Constabulary "These actions have caused angst in the community, and have prompted a number of calls to us reporting the posts.
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