Back in junior school which, in the UK is up to age eleven, we underwent a full medical examination each year which included inspection of genitals. I was different because of my bedwetting and related incontinence problems in that I wore nappies and plastic pants. This was accepted among my peers because everyone knew and there was no ridicule and embarrasment. Aged nine, I remember that the medical was conducted by a woman the Doctor was usually a man and so I faced not only having to stand naked in full view of a strange woman AND have my testicles and penis examined, I was worried that she was going to see my different underwear, different that is from the other boys and girls. At first, the routine was to strip down to your undies to have your chest and back examined and then you were measured and weighed before the dreaded 'personal' inspection.
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Women on a Qatar Airways flight bound for Sydney, Australia, were made to disembark and undergo a strip search and physical examination after a newborn was discovered in a bathroom at Hamad International Airport, according to a report in The New York Times. The women on the flight were sent to ambulances where they were strip-searched and given invasive exams to determine if one of them had recently given birth, according to accounts from some of the women and officials from the Australian government. According to the Times, at least 13 of the women on the flight were Australian. A spokesperson for Hamad International Airport in Doha said that "medical professionals" had "expressed concern to officials about the health and welfare of a mother who had just given birth and requested she be located prior to departing H.
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Qatar apologised after authorities forcibly examined female passengers from a Qatar Airways flight to Australia. Qatar said Friday it referred officials at its international airport to prosecutors for possible charges after women aboard Qatar Airways flights faced forced vaginal examinations after workers found an abandoned baby. The statement comes as the Australian government has expressed outrage and union workers have threatened not to service Qatar Airways aircraft in Sydney over the October 2 incident. Australia also represents a crucial route for Qatar Airways, the state-owned long-haul carrier based at Hamad International Airport in Doha.