Man arrested after streaming online while holding a gun at Columbus hospital

October 18, 2017

A man was arrested at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, after he was caught streaming on Facebook with a gun, according to an article on the website.

The man's child was a patient at the hospital. He was in the child's room cording himself on Facebook Live and posing with a handgun.

A representative with the hospital they did not have an official statement but said it was a security guard at the hospital who spotted the video.

According to their website, Nationwide Children's prohibits all weapons, including firearms, on all of its property.

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