An NHS worker who was caught on camera shouting a racist word in a tirade outside a nightclub was working for surgeries promoting reasonable drinking.
Natasha Williams, 24, has been shown to utter profanity after being refused entry to the Clink Cellar Bar in Leamington Spa.
She had been employed by the South Warwickshire GP Federation, but the umbrella organization said last night it was aware of a “suspected incident” and that “the individual in question” was no longer employed by the group .
The federation, which coordinates medical offices, participates in community initiatives, including the town’s Sikh Gurdwara, and promotes positive and reasonable alcohol consumption.
The campaign included using Twitter to share tips on safe drinking, along with tips on reducing units at night.
Williams’ job came under threat after she was caught on camera emitting the exclamation-laden explosion outside the bar on Boxing Day evening.
The health worker yells about someone stealing her purse, during which she tilts her head back and spits out the word “p ***”.
Her boyfriend holds out his hands to her and calls her “honey” as he walks away from the door to try to calm the situation down.
But as he does, Williams, who’s raging in anger, yells, “He stole my fucking stuff, the little p *** f ** k.”
The four-second clip went viral after it was posted on Instagram, with some social media users accusing it of racism and others defending his behavior as a drunken mistake.
Warwickshire Police are aware of the incident and have called on anyone with information to contact the force.
A person familiar with Leamington’s nightlife, who did not want to be named, said: ‘After the clip was uploaded people said pretty much right away that she was sacked by the NHS.
“The racism is inexcusable, but she’s already gone downtown without any problems.
“It sounds like a combination of drink and something that invades her as she says someone called her by name before the shoot.
“It’s her boyfriend in the clip coming out of the doorway trying to calm her down.” Sadly, things are ten times worse in the city, including the door staff subjected to racist abuse and violence.
“The difference was that her tongue was filmed and posted online for the whole world to see.”
Williams’ mother Gaynor said last week her daughter was facing “prosecution” and losing her job as she spoke in the family home near Warwick.
She added: “She didn’t address that comment to anyone. She was talking to her boyfriend and apologized to the doorman after saying it.
A neighbor, who did not wish to be named, explained that the handbag had in fact been found and deposited behind the bar, and that the matter had “all been settled overnight”. He added: “She was very drunk.”
The part-time model’s father, Ian Williams, who lives in a nearby village, has also apologized for his daughter’s actions.
He told MailOnline: “She thought she lost her purse and was panicking and that they weren’t letting her into the pub.
“Now she has received threats of physical violence and has almost certainly lost her job. She is scared to death and it seems totally unfair.
“It’s a girl going out for a drink, she’s drunk, she’s upset that she lost her purse and now it’s turned into something he’s not.”
“We all say this stuff every now and then, it’s just a shame someone filmed it.
“She’s a lovely girl, very warm and it doesn’t look like her character at all, but she’s obviously freaking out about losing her purse.
“They didn’t let her in and she got extremely angry because her phone was in there and her boyfriend’s car keys.
“Her boyfriend had gone to try to calm her down and in the video she is yelling at him.”
But the clubber’s explosion drew condemnation on social media.
Sonia wrote on Instagram: “Absolutely no excuse for this kind of behavior. The thing is, your truth comes out when you’re drunk … no inhibitions. Don’t drink if you can’t control yourself.
Another user, The Doctoral Researcher, also took a grim view, writing: “Racism is alive and all who defend it are the problem.”
Aneeta Dosanjh, from Leamington, said on Facebook: “The apologies, also unnecessary, explain that the bouncer accepted the apology… acceptance in a hurry, and after considering the situation I would expect him to have probably thought it had been the opposite. he would have received as much abuse if not more! ‘
The GP group is made up of 31 practices from cities including Leamington Spa, Kenilworth, Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick.
The organization aims to increase collaboration between different parts of health services in primary and community care to allow services to spend more time focusing on the 300,000 patients they cover. Vacancies are posted on the NHS Jobs website.
In a statement, the group said: “We are aware of a suspected incident and confirm that the individual in question is no longer employed by SWGP.”
A spokeswoman for Warwickshire Police said: ‘We were contacted at 4:06 pm on Monday 27 December by a third party about a report of racial abuse in a video which had been seen online.
“The video was reportedly shot outside a bar on Warwick Street, Leamington, between December 26 and 27, and involved an individual using racist language towards a man.
“Investigations are ongoing and we call on all who witnessed the incident to come forward.”
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