Wounded Soldier Asked Medic to Flash Her B00bs to Ease His Pain

A combat medic was asked to go above and beyond while treating a soldier who lost both of his legs in bomb blast in Helmland Province, Afghanistan.
A WOUNDED squaddie who had just lost both legs in a Taliban bomb blast begged a medic to show him her b00bs — to help relieve his agony.
Private Emily Tomkins refused, but saved his life earning a bravery award for her heroics in Helmand, Afghanistan.
Emily, 21, initially gave the man a shot of morphine, but explained she could not risk giving any more despite his agony.
Then he said: “Well do something useful and show me your b00bs.”
The Army combat medic, from Southampton, stemmed his blood loss then helped drag the squaddie to safety. Emily, of 4 Medical Regiment, was awarded a Mention in Dispatches.
However, yesterday at her barracks in Aldershot, Hants, she said: “I was just doing my job.”

Comments to the story say it’s not an uncommon request:

Comments to the story say it’s not an uncommon request:

Private Tompkins even wrote about the incident to US Army WTF! Moments:

Private Tompkins even wrote about the incident to US Army WTF! Moments: