Woman exposes doctor’s ‘creepy’ pick-up line – but some say she’s in the wrong

When a woman went to get a blood test, she never expected to be hit on.

But shortly after she returned home from her appointment, the man that carried out the procedure decided to slide into her DMs.

The healthcare worker wrote: "Hey, this might seem a bit odd but I done your blood test the other day at hospital, and I thought you were good looking and seemed nice so here I am shooting my shot."

This bizarre pick-up line didn’t do the trick, the Mirror reports.

Instead, it pushed the unnamed lass to share a picture of the text message on Twitter.

She captioned the message: “Hello HR is that you” – but not everyone sympathised with her.

Since being posted, the tweet has received 75,200 likes and 1,800 comments.

And even though the medical worker flouted GDPR rules, many Twitter users thought she overreacted.

One person said: "I don’t think it’s right but also don’t think it’s worth getting him sacked over.

“You need to put him straight tho and say you could report him for it and he needs to think about how much he values his job. Guy needs a reality check not complete destruction of his future."

And another agreed: "Hopefully, a competent HR person will not sack him but will make sure that he understands how wrong this is and monitor things so it doesn't happen again.”

While some criticised how the woman dealt with the situation, others branded the medical worker “creepy”.

One said: "His behaviour has crossed multiple boundaries professionally and personally.

“Don't be gaslit into thinking him possibly losing his job would be your fault – it's entirety on him.

“All of this is on him for choosing to act this way. He deserves to be reported."

And another added: "The replies giving the girl stick for this are repulsive.

“A literal DOCTOR has completely breached data protection and the privacy of his patient to try and fire in to her and somehow she’s the one that’s done something wrong??"

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