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Hospital strip protest

(Global Times)

08:24, October 26, 2012

A middle-aged woman stripped off her clothing from the waist up outside Beijing Guang'anmen Hospital Thursday morning, shouting she wanted to meet the hospital director, the Legal Mirror reported.

A witness said the woman, who appeared to be in her 40s and was accompanied by an elderly woman, suddenly stripped and started shouting.

The police and community volunteers covered her with a blanket, as she sobbed she wanted to trace a doctor at the hospital who no longer worked there. She later left with the elderly woman.

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