A glamorous NHS paramedic has let rip at the trolls who mocked her for wearing make-up on the job.
Laura Heath, 24, shared a snap of herself in her uniform writing that she was "proud to be a paramedic".
It comes as the heroic NHS fights the coronavirus outbreak, which has killed 1,028 in the UK since its outbreak.
But Ms Heath was met with a wave of snide remarks by people who lashed out at her for wearing make-up.
One low-life wrote: "Wtf really (look at me I'm gorgeous an I work for the NHS) selfies for a few likes while people are dying smh."
"Another said: "Pride is a sin and so is VANITY."
While another said: "Seriously? I think that you've probably got better things to do than trout pout."
But Ms Heath hit back, telling site Tyla: "The unkind comments were mainly focused on my appearance and the fact I wear makeup. I was told I am the reason the death toll is rising (in reference to the coronavirus pandemic).
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"(People said) that I'm a glorified first aider and it's ok for paramedics during this pandemic as we get to go home after dropping a patient off."
She added: "The replies made me feel hurt and upset that people really think that shallow of me and judge my whole persona on one photograph.
"I've only been qualified for six months and I never thought I would me facing something of this magnitude.
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"When I took this photo I was feeling really low – as I struggle with mental health."
But she was also met by support, with one writing: "Go girl. Proud to be in the NHS.
"Proud to be part of the Ambulance Service. Ignore the haters. Do what you do. We're behind you."
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