Nurse defies lockdown rules to celebrate birthday with boozy garden party with at least 12 pals – The Sun

A NURSE defied lockdown guidelines to celebrate her birthday at a boozy garden party with friends.

Kimberley Lonnie, 35, danced in her bare feet as a DJ blared out disco hits to at least 12 girl pals.

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The NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde bank nurse, who covers shifts when needed, shared a video and snaps on social media.

One pic showed her raising a wine glass and flashing her thigh in a gold-coloured gown.

Kimberley, who wrote “aint no party like a kimi party”, told her followers she was in “full-scale party mode” before heading off on annual leave days before the outdoor bash in Cumbernauld.

A source said: “You’d expect a nurse to know better especially if she’s been on the frontline. This sets a shocking example.”

Cops confirmed they were called out at 10.45pm on Saturday.

A force spokesman said: “Officers attended, suitable advice was given and people dispersed.”

An NHS spokesman said staff should respect social distancing.

He added: “Patient and staff safe­ty has not been compromised.”

Earlier this week we told how a hospital carer and a frontline coronavirus nurse were being investigated for breaking lockdown rules at a boozy hen do in Dundee.

And last week two female cops were pictured getting close to pals at a garden booze-up in Midlothian.

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