An eastern Kentucky hospital canceled its live Nativity display after a camel handler from Jackson, Missouri was accused of animal cruelty. The Lexington Herald-Leader reported the display was supposed to run through Friday at Pikeville Medical Center, but it was canceled Tuesday. That action was taken after a woman posted a video on Facebook showing a man shoving a camel, apparently to get it to lie down, then punching the animal in the head. As of Wednesday evening, the video had been viewed more than 131,000 times on Facebook. Pikeville police said Joseph P. Price of Jackson, an employee of 5H Ranch in Jackson, was cited on a charge of second-degree animal cruelty. Price was issued a citation because the charge is a misdemeanor. The hospital said 5H Ranch owner Maxine Hale fired Price after hospital representatives expressed concern.