Thai nurse forced to quit her job after accused of wearing too sexy uniform

Nursing is a profession within the health sector. The work is focused on caring of individuals, families, and communities so they may maintain or recover optimal health and quality of life.  You have to be able to duly comply the requirements in order to be called a Nurse.

Once a Nurse, you have to take good care of your profession. But what if a nurse had done something not really appropriate on her profession? Should she be convicted for it?

 A Nurse in Thailand named Parichat ‘Pang’ Chatsri, 26, quit her job for wearing an “overly sexy uniform” at work. 

After posting her pictures wearing the tight-fitting uniform on social media, she receives an adverse reaction from the netizens. Her pics won a multitude of fans for the sexy snaps, but many of the Thais felt that she had disrespected the Nursing Profession.

This picture wearing her uniform shows off her slim figure and long legs, and conservative Thais were saying her attire was too provocative.

According to The Sun, the uniform was regarded as too provocative in Thailand and critics accused Ms Chatsri of dressing inappropriately and disrespecting the nursing profession.

The photos went viral after it was shared on the social media page of a group called the Thai Nurse Lovers Association.

She had apologized to the Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council and the hospital. And said, she doesn’t want other people to judge other nurses because of her.

She said:

“I explained to the board at the hospital but they have high regards for the hospital’s image. I understood them, and I didn’t want it to be a big deal. So I took responsibility by resigning. I’d like to apologise to the Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council and the hospital. I don’t want the public to judge all nurses based on my image.”

Parichat Chatsri smiles for the camera. She has now resigned from her job.

By resigning, Ms Chatsri said it was her responsibility to protect the reputation of both the hospital and the profession.

She added:

“I do not want trouble. It happened and I was responsible. I need to improve myself.”