Who’s dumber here, the drunken can-stuffer, or the doctors who YouTubed his subsequent operation to remove the foreign object from his rectum?
You tell me…
A Philippine hospital recommended penalties Friday, including possible dismissal, for three doctors and a nurse who conducted a rowdy operation on a patient that was videotaped and posted on YouTube.
The nearly 3-minute video of a noisy operating room shows doctors and nurses laughing, giggling and cheering. At one point, a hand appears with a cell phone camera taking a close-up picture of the surgery.
As a doctor gingerly pulls out a 6-inch-long spray canister from the male patient’s rectum, someone shouts, “Baby out!” amid loud cheers.
The doctor then removes the canister cap and sprays the contents toward a crowd of nurses and doctors viewing the procedure.
The 39-year-old patient, who remains unidentified, plans next week to file a complaint seeking the revocation of the licenses of those responsible and a civil suit for damages, his lawyer, Guiller Ceniza, said.
The patient received surgery three days after a New Year’s drinking spree and a “one-night stand” with a male partner, Ceniza told The Associated Press.
He said his client was too drunk to remember how the body spray canister ended up in his body.
Oh well. At least no gerbils were harmed in the making of THAT video.