DAILYKENN.com -- Dancing while performing surgery constitutes a danger to public health, safety, and welfare.
Of course we all know the surgeon was actually suspended for dancing while black.
The report says the alleged victim who appears in a weird video just wanted her butt contoured and reduced. The surgeon has also been sued for causing brain damage, the report says. We'll let you figure that one out.
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A dermatologist who was seen on video dancing to a hip-hop song while performing a surgical procedure was suspended Thursday by the Georgia medical board, which reportedly said her continued practice “poses a threat to the public health, safety and welfare.”
Dr. Windell Davis-Boutte is a dermatologist and director of Boutte Contour Surgery & Skin in Lilburn, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta. Davis-Boutte’s website claims she has a “surgeon’s hands” and a “woman’s touch.”
Latoyah Rideau, the patient who appears in one video and who is now planning to sue for pain and suffering, told the Times that Davis-Boutte should’ve been paying more attention to her work and less to dancing.
“I just wanted my butt a little rounder and smaller,” she said.
Instead, her buttocks are now lopsided and her left side is continually itching, she told the Times.
“I can’t live like this. It affects my relationship, it affects everything,” Rideau said. “I’m very self-conscious.”
Rideau will join nine other patients who have sued the doctor. They claim her practice left them disfigured, and, in one case, caused brain damage.
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