A doctor examined “in detail” a woman in a hijab and a terrible incident happened to him VIDEO

A Muslim beat a doctor in the Russian city of Nizhnevartovsk. The reason – a detailed medical examination of his wife, writes glasnews.bg.

According to the injured dermatologist Vladimir Zhernokleev, a girl in a hijab came to him for an examination and he did not see anything strange in this – many migrants go through it to obtain the necessary work certificates.

However, the Muslim woman became indignant when he asked her to show her arms, legs, abdomen and back. The woman insisted that for religious reasons she could not be examined by a male doctor. To this Zhernokleev replied that the rules for examination are the same for everyone, but if he wants a woman to examine her, then this issue must be resolved by the management.

Realizing that no one would write a certificate for her just like that, the girl still agreed to be examined in Zhernokleev’s office.

“Half an hour later, her husband burst into the office, saying, ‘Do you like looking at women’s bellies?’ “. He said nothing else and started beating me. In my practice, everything happened, they even came with a knife, but no one used it. But this time there was no conversation, “Vladimir said.

An ambulance was called after the attack. Doctors diagnose their colleague with a traumatic brain injury, concussion and severe nasal contusion.

Police detained the jealous husband at the crime scene. The attacker is 29 years old and was born in Tajikistan. He faces up to 5 years in prison.

The most curious thing in this case is that the patient herself works as a nurse in one of the city clinics. The doctor does not understand how she does not know the normative procedures, since she also works in this field.

Two weeks ago, Muslim drivers chased passengers off a bus in the city of Khabarovsk to pray.



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