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Ambulance bosses 'disappointed' at social media video appearing to show staff member doing headstands while at work

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Ambulance bosses say they are 'disappointed' at discovering a video posted on social media appearing to show a member of staff doing headstands while at work.

In the footage a uniformed worker, wearing a headset, is seen balancing on their head. The video was posted on Instagram with the caption 'Saving lives xoxox'.

People can be heard laughing in the footage. READ MORE: He was 'like a ghost'... then he went to a Man City game The North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) told the Manchester Evening News it was 'disappointed' to learn of the video and said it was 'looking into' the circumstances.

A spokesperson did not confirm where the video is understood to have been filmed. Bosses have not confirmed the circumstances in which the video was taken An NWAS spokesperson said in a statement: "We are disappointed to learn of this and are looking into it."

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