Florida hospital staff appears to be inappropriately handling newborns at hospital

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Two nurses have been fired after they were caught making inappropriate gestures at a newborn baby in a hospital and making a baby "dance" to rap music.

The message has also been posted to the official Naval Hospital Jacksonville Facebook page.

"How I now feel about these mini satans", one image was captioned, which consisted of one of the nurses flipping off one of the babies.

Two Naval nurses have been removed from duty after images of them messing around with newborn babies emerged online.

A statement from the hospital's commanding officer was uploaded to Facebook on Monday night.

In a statement Monday night, Naval Hospital Jacksonville said the images were "unacceptable, incredibly unprofessional, and can not be tolerated", and said the infant's parents have been notified.

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The hospital also said that the employees "will be handled by the legal system and military justice" but did not elaborate on whether that would entail disciplinary actions or criminal charges.

The nurses behind the incident have since had their Snapchat accounts suspended and the videos removed. We have identified those involved-two junior enlisted staff.

"We are aware of a video/ photo posted online", read the statement, per KENS.

The images were taken from Snapchat and posted to Facebook by concerned recipients.

The hospital said they are working to notify the patient's parents.

Jane Agerton, a nurse from Tennessee, commented on the post: "They need to have their nursing license revoked".

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