JJ Lin's visit sends China hospital female staff into frenzy as they take turns to lie on bed he rested on

His used IV drip bag and needle were allegedly up for sale too.

Zhangxin Zheng | October 28, 2019, 03:26 AM

Singaporean Mandopop singer JJ Lin completed his 58th show of his Another Sanctuary 2.0 concert world tour at Zhen Jiang city in China on Oct. 26.

Photo from JJ Lin's Instagram.

While the 38-year-old had put up yet another stunning gig, it was later revealed that he actually had a flu that day.

Lin was sent to Zhenjiang First People's Hospital after his concert.

That apparently sent many starstruck hospital workers into a frenzy.

Nurses took turns to lie on Lin's hospital bed

A video circulating online showed excited women, some in medical uniform, crowding in a room that was reportedly used by Lin to rest during his stay.

The room was filled with laughter and chatter as the women took turns to lie on the bed and take photos on it after Lin had left the hospital.

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Photo via Sina.

That's not all.

IV drip bags and needle allegedly on sale

There was also a questionable sale of IV drip bags and needle, which was what Lin had supposedly used at the hospital.

A screenshot circulating online showed that someone already bought them -- which is quite clearly a violation of health and safety standards.

Screenshot via Sina.

Some commenters online have expressed disgust by these actions, which severely intruded Lin's privacy.

Screenshot via Sina.

Hospital's official response

On Oct. 28, the hospital wrote in a post on Chinese social media platform Weibo that they are looking into the above matter after it had garnered much public attention.

The statement stated that the hospital had suspended the workers involved in the video and will look into enforcing professional discipline among its staff members.

It emphasised that all medical waste had been properly disposed and there was no leakage of any used medical products after checks were conducted.


Top photo from screenshots of Sina


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