Over the years we've been forced to endure an innumerable amount of "hospital TV shows" and all those shows have one thing in common. Doctors having sex in hospitals. Hell, it even happens on shows that don't revolve around hospitals.
Sure, it's funny until they end up on YOUR bed.
Well as it turns out, this doesn't just happen on TV, two employees were caught over the summer having sex on an examination table at the MUHC. Apparently the couple was so oblivious, they fell asleep in each other's arms. Kinda sweet if you think about it. Human resources are still investigating the incident.
According to CJAD, this happens a lot. like a lot a lot. In fact, 1 in 3 hospital employees admits to having sex in a hospital. No wonder they have so many hand sanitiser dispensers.
A Gazette reporter mentioned another situation where a doctor and nurse were having sex in the church chapel of the hospital. The only thing is, that chapel had a camera so that bed ridden patients could worship from their rooms. When an elderly lady tuned in to the channel she saw the two employees going at it.
At a press conference on Monday, Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante condemned the recent spate of protests against vaccine mandates in the city and had some harsh words for the individuals participating in them.
"We will not let people who have particular ideas about vaccination [...] stop people from getting vaccinated, doing their work, taking care of people, or going to study," the mayor said.
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According to police, an investigation revealed that the pair were manufacturing and selling false certificates attesting to 750 hours of training, at a cost of $800 per certificate. Both suspects are now facing charges of fraud and the fabrication of false documents.
The SPVM said that help from the public led to the launch of a police investigation into the fraud case.
Anyone with information about criminal activity of the same nature can contact Info-Crime Montréal anonymously at 514-393-1133 or via the report form available on infocrimemontreal.ca.