A female doctor in Myanmar has lost her medical license for posting pictures of herself in a bikini to Instagram. Nang Mwe San became a doctor at 22, but being a physician was never her dream, and she wanted to be a "sexy model" instead. The now year-old began to post model shots of herself to Instagram two years ago.
Published: June 21, Nang Mwe San, 29, has been banned from practising medicine in Burma after she continued to share sexy snaps of herself in bikinis. Nang Mwe San, 29, has been now banned from practising medicine after being warned numerous times about posting sexy snapshots of herself on Facebook.
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Nang Mwe San, 29 of Myanmar, had been treating patients for several years before she started taking part in professional modelling shoots - but says she was told she had a 'behaviour disorder' for not dressing 'traditionally'. A doctor who wanted to become a model has been stripped of her medical licence - for sharing photos of herself in a bikini. Nang Mwe San, who lives in Myanmar, qualified as a doctor at the age of 22, something her parents drove her to do.
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A Myanmar Medical Council has stripped a doctor of her licence to practice after she refused to remove photos of herself in a two-piece swimsuit. In September ofa mass exodus of Muslim Rohingya left Myanmar, heir religious beliefs mark them as outsiders and targets of discrimination and they are considered one of the most persecuted minorities in the world. Dr Mwe San began sharing photos of herself, wearing two-piece swimsuits on her social media accounts. Her decision to try out modelling came after she had worked for several years as a doctor in Myanmar, the nation formerly known as Burma.
Nang Mwe San, 29, has been now banned from practising medicine after being warned numerous times about posting sexy snapshots of herself on Facebook. And as a result, San — who became a doctor when she was 22 — packed in her stethoscope and pursued her lifelong dream of being a model. Nang Mwe San, 29, has been banned from practising medicine in Burma after she continued to share sexy snaps of herself in bikinis.