Female Doctor Laughs About Male Colonoscopy Patient’s Penis While Unconscious

A man who underwent a colonoscopy under general anesthetic recorded his doctor's voices on cellphone whilst he was unconscious during the procedure. When he played back the recording he found that Tiffany Ingham MD joked about the size of his penis, told him (while unconsious) that she wanted to punch him in order to 'man him up', and joked about firing a gun up his anus.

The man is now suing Safe Sedation LLC and Safe Sedation Management for defamation and infliction of emotional distress.

http://www.courthousenews.com/2014/04/22/67225.htm

"On April 18, 2013, during a colonoscopy, plaintiff was verbally brutalized and defamed by the very doctors to whom he entrusted his life while under anesthesia," the complaint states.
D.B. claims that Drs. Tiffany Ingham and Soloman Shah, who are not named as defendants, mocked him from the second the anesthesia kicked in.
D.B. claims he had inadvertently left his phone in the room, set to record, having neglected to turn it off after recording instructions for post-operative care.
"The moment that plaintiff became unconscious, Tiffany Ingham, M.D. commented to all of the others in the operating room 'Oh - Oscar Mike Goss.' That is a thinly disguised substitute for the expression 'OMG', which is an expression of both exasperation and mockery, and is a well-known abbreviation for 'Oh my God,'" the complaint states.
It adds: "Tiffany Ingham, M.D. started to mock, and then continued to mock, the amount of medicine required to anesthetize plaintiffs.
"Referring to plaintiff, Soloman Shah, M.D. commented that a teaching physician known to both him and Tiffany Ingham, M.D. 'would eat him for lunch.'
"Tiffany Ingham, M.D. agreed that plaintiff would be 'eaten alive' and also jokingly discussed a hypothetical of firing a gun up a rectum."
D.B. claims his phone caught Ingham talking to his unconscious self, saying, "And really, after five minutes of talking to you in pre-op I wanted to punch you in the face and man you up a little bit."

http://www.newser.com/story/185790/suit-doctors-mocked-me-while-i-was-unconscious.html

28 thoughts on “Female Doctor Laughs About Male Colonoscopy Patient’s Penis While Unconscious

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  2. Alan Vaughn

    And anyone who believes that story, probably also believes that looking at cartoon drawings of young looking elves and fairies traumatizes children for life, or that there really is an Easter Bunny; or both...

    How on earth did he manage to get a cell phone into a super-sterile theater like room where they performed the colonoscopy procedure?

    Sorry, but I find this very difficult to believe, in fact I just DON'T believe it at all.
    This one is almost as ridiculous as those offered by now fat, ugly jelly-hags claiming compensation for being 'rape victims' of deceased radio announcers, more than 50 years after the alleged incident:
    ANY ridiculous story to make some fast money through compensation, even smuggling a cell-phone into a surgical procedures theater!
    It's also one that could easily be fabricated, providing the judge is aspie-minded and stupid enough not to ask the same question I ask...

    D.B. claims he had inadvertently left his phone in the room, set to record, having neglected to turn it off after recording instructions for post-operative care.

    Impossible! It would not even be allowed OUTSIDE the room, let alone in there. They don't allow them near the place, because they can interfere with the sophisticated electronics of the respirators and life-support equipment used. They screen everyone for that sort of thing with similar except even tougher methods than those followed by airport security.
    I undertake that procedure every five years and trust me: they do not even allow patients to wear their rings in there, in fact you are not even allowed to carry cell-phones into the waiting area outside. All patients have to remove all of their clothes and all jewellery and wear ONLY the sterile gowns they issue. Their clothes and all personal items are then placed in a special marked bag, then stored in a special locker outside.

    This tall story is nothing more than some made-up shit written for the soul purpose of selling more copies of the doubtless sub-tabloid rag the 'Courthouse News' would surely be...
    It's exactly the kind of sleazy tabloid Newstoilet-paper that would thrive on anything that promotes paedohysteria, with exaggerated to the point of outright lies: reports on 'paedophile' and 'child predator' or 'grooming' cases. In other words: only moronic ghouls and paedoc, vigilante paedo-hunters would consider it worth more than the paper it's printed on...

  3. theantifeminist

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    Well I guess he either has the recording of their voices on his cellphone or he hasn't. I'm surprised it has even gone to court if he hasn't got the recording, but then I'm expert in neither American legal procedures or colonoscopy hygeine standards.

  4. theantifeminist

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    In other words: only moronic ghouls and paedoc, vigilante paedo-hunters would consider it worth more than the paper it’s printed on…

    Not really, I don't consider myself any of those things and I published it here because, if true, it typifies the disposbale 'less than human' attitude most women have towards men, and which is the primary cause of those things you mentioned. It also brings much needed traffic to this site.

  5. Alan Vaughn

    @theantifeminist
    No, that doesn't matter. What I'm suggesting as more likely, is that the entire story, INCLUDING the court case itself, the 'Courthouse News Service' claims is in progress, is just a fabrication and a ploy by the trashy newspaper to lure more readers...
    If not a total fabrication: a highly exaggerated story based on something that was partly true, that they've twisted way out of shape and into what it is now, again for the purpose of selling the stupid rag.
    Vigilantes, ghouls, paedo-hunters and other morons just LOVE reading court news...

  6. Alan Vaughn

    if true, it typifies the disposbale ‘less than human’ attitude most women have towards men, and which is the primary cause of those things you mentioned. It also brings much needed traffic to this site.

    Sure, I understood the reason you published it here, but just based upon what I know about the procedure from my own experience, I find the story very difficult to believe...

  7. Eugene

    In the states this procedure is a out patient that can be done in a doctors office. I know I had one that way and yes a cell phone could be in there

  8. Lucas

    Alan Vaughn: You are apparently lying as you seem to have no clue about how a colonoscopy works.

    This kind of procedure can be done in a regular room that has the equipment, no sterile environment needed. I've gone through it several times and every time I bring my belongings inside and just put them anywhere, like while vising a dentist.

  9. Alan Vaughn

    @Lucas,
    Not in Australia.
    What I described is what has to be done here, where It simply would not be possible to take ANYTHING including a mobile phone into the purpose built day surgery room (which is effectively a small operating theater), where the procedure is carried out. I am NOT not lying and do have more than just a 'clue about how a colonoscopy works', including the bowel cleansing process and fasting, required prior to the procedure; which I've had 3 times over the past 10 years..

    @Eugene,
    Thank you for clearing that up. Obviously the hygiene standards in the US at least for colonoscopies are somewhat less strict than what they enforce here in Australia.
    I accept I was wrong.

  10. theantifeminist

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    I had the equivalent of a colonoscopy at the other end of my body (sinuses) a few weeks ago. It was similar to how Alan described his experiences - put all your valuables in a locker, lie down in just a gown etc.

    I'm not sure if the 'valuables in a locker' was so much hygiene related as simply keeping valuables safe.

    BTW, while I was waiting to go into the room and have the procedure done, I moderated some site comments on my phone and read the paedocrite one regarding Yulia from Inclined Reader. Just what I needed.

  11. Eric

    Alan:
    It's been said over here that Obamacare is the greatest colonoscopy in history! lol. I haven't had this procedure done, so I suppose Eugene and Lucas are right. The hygienic conditions in American hospitals aren't that great---if you get a secondary infection, they just get a chance to charge more money for a second treatment.

  12. theantifeminist

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    When I was at school our head of sixth form told us about her daughter, who if I remember rightly was a medical student and did a bit of work experience looking after bodies in a morgue. She happily told us that her daughter and (female) colleagues would regularly laugh at the size of the dead men's penises. No doubt today they would take selfies with them...

  13. MahdDogg

    I spent the day on wednesday in a hospital department in the UK where they perform colonoscopies. I went through the whole patient process (it is an outpatient department in a major hospital here) and after dressing in a gown you have to take all your valuables and clothes with you to the procedure room in a plastic carrier bag, so it is absolutely possible to have your mobile phone with you, set to record and pick up all the conversation in the procedure room.

    Just for all you saying this would never be possible.

  14. theantifeminist

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    As I said, it surely comes down to whether he has the recording on his cellphone. If he hasnt, i.e. 'accidentally deleted it' or some such, I can't believe it would have come to court, even in America, and if he has, despite what Alan says, I find it near impossible to believe that it would be 'easy to fabricate' the voices of two different doctors, including giving an accurate description of colonoscopy procedure undertaken when the person 'fabricating it' was unconscious.

  15. theantifeminist

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    If the suggestion is that this man just needs to 'man up' instead of chasing compensation, I'd just state that I'd sue the hell out of any bitch who did something like that to me, and I'd consider myself the ultimate mangina, beyond even David Futrelle, if I didn't.

  16. Alan Vaughn

    @theantifeminist

    If the suggestion is that this man just needs to ‘man up’ instead of chasing compensation, I’d just state that I’d sue the hell out of any bitch who did something like that to me, and I’d consider myself the ultimate mangina, beyond even David Futrelle, if I didn’t.

    Absolutely NOT and so too would I (sue the horrible jelly-hag Dr)...

    All I was suggesting was that: based purely on MY OWN experience of having undergone the same procedure three times, but in AUSTRALIAN clinics, I found the reported story rather difficult to believe and that's all...
    However, I now realize thanks to the informative comments left by readers from other countries, that regulations applied in their local clinics, being nowhere near as ridiculously over-the-top as they are in Australia: I have no difficulty at all in accepting not only that incidents such as the one reported above could occur, but now believe that it indeed, actually occurred.

    Sorry if I gave out the wrong impression that I meant something other than mere cynicism on my part...

  17. smkovalinsky

    This story is indeed true; it was picked up by a legitimate court press agency, and the plaintiff is being represented by two well-known attorneys in the Arlington, VA area.

  18. Eric

    "No doubt they would today take selfies of them."

    Remember Abu Grahib in Iraq? Female military police were posing for selfies making fun of Iraqi prisoners like that.

  19. According to one story I read, the man already has two lawyers representing him.

    Internet news sites do not make up fictional names for lawyers.

  20. Alan Vaughn

    @smkovalinsky

    This story is indeed true; it was picked up by a legitimate court press agency...

    And that's where I had my doubts about the authenticity of it... Wasn't doubting the plaintiff 'DB' or anyone else involved, I actually suspected that none of them were even real! It read to me like one of those sensationalized stories or even completely fabricated by the reporting newspaper just to attract more readers.
    (Remember all I know about the procedure is founded on what I've personally experienced in AUSTRALIA, where what is described, simply wouldn't and couldn't happen).

    Anyway, I have now in stark contrast, been fully convinced that it really did happen and let's all hope he wins the case against femihag quack 'Tiffany Ingham' and she is consequently awarded her just deserts... Watch this space...

    Scarecrow mentioned in an earlier comment that he can't imagine any male specialists behaving similarly with (any female) patient under their care. He's right: NO MALE medical specialist would be so childish for a start, nor as unprofessional, let alone possess any misogynistic tendencies that they simply could not afford the luxury of in such vocations.
    So there are no excuses or any mitigating circumstances that could possibly be tendered to justify this Tiffany Ingham quack's unforgivable conduct. She should lose her right to practice and be duly struck-off the medical practitioner's register, before making a public apology to the plaintiff.

    However, back to the real world and 2014, where we'll more likely see groups of horrible, raucous jelly-hags and their entire audiences laughing loudly on those trashy, live midday TV talk shows, in the same way we watched literally thousands of them laughing in support of the infamous 'Ms' Lorena Bobbitt, after she'd attempted to murder her husband by severing his penis then let off, scot-free because she held a valid pussy pass...

  21. theantifeminist

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    we’ll more likely see groups of horrible, raucous jelly-hags and their entire audiences laughing loudly

    31% of Newser readers found the story 'hilarious' (more than any other response) :

    And as far as the story getting traffic to this site :

  22. Alan Vaughn

    @Eric

    I haven’t had this procedure done, so I suppose Eugene and Lucas are right. The hygienic conditions in American hospitals aren’t that great—if you get a secondary infection, they just get a chance to charge more money for a second treatment.

    I missed this reply yesterday.. Interestingly, I discussed this briefly with the Dr when I went for my first colonoscopy, pointing out that considering the procedure involves literally a lot of shit being spilled, the hygiene requirements are over-the-top and quite ridiculous. He didn't exactly disagree with me either, but they are super strict with everything to do with medicine here.
    I.e. it's now nigh-on impossible to procure (even via prescription), simple antihistamine medications, which until quite recently were readily available 'over the counter' (no prescription needed) pharmacy products; since the authorities discovered how a handful of desperate drug addicts were hoarding them to use in concoctions of small quantities of illegal 'recreational' drugs.
    And unfortunately, no thanks to these sorts of over-protective measures, there are now many thousands of people, including Yours Truly who have a genuine need for those preparations, who now have to suffer hay-fever or similar unpleasant ailments for the entire summer.

  23. Eric

    Alan:
    Australia's always had a reputation for that kind of over-protection. Didn't they enact a law once requiring children to wear hats because of supposed UV damage from the sun?

  24. Eric

    Antifeminist:
    And another 6% found it 'brilliant'. This is why American men with any intelligence avoid American women like the plague, even educated ones with good jobs, like doctors. Imagine standing a 40% chance of encountering someone with these kinds of attitudes in the dating scene! It's safer to go Russia or Venezuela!

  25. Jack

    ... thanks to these sorts of over-protective measures, there are now many thousands of people, including Yours Truly who have a genuine need for those preparations

    Now antihistamines are becoming hard-to-get! Europe is withdrawing the latest benzos from the market (e.g. Tetrazepam) in spite of the latter being an much needed treatment for muscle and back pain. And even if these drugs remained available, doctors would be too scared to prescribe them. I've heard in the US doctors will send you home time after time with acetaminophen (= paracetamol) whatever your complaint. What's the good of even seeing a doctor any more? The practice of sueing doctors and drug companies will kill health care just as women sueing for divorce/alimonay has killed marriage. Note though that old-age people still get opiates very easily. Apparently if you're deemed too old to "have fun" on a drug, you get it. Many an old fart dies an addict without knowing they do (demanding the death penalty for drug dealers while being themsevles on "morphine" (morphine = diacetylmorphine = heroin). They say morphine coz saying heroin would raise questions.

  26. Alan Vaughn

    @Jack
    Yes I think that Tetrazepam you mention was banned here a few years ago, but as you suggest, might still be available to those who are geriatric enough to be 'entitled' to it. Apparently, anyone under abut 80 years old is incapable of feeling pain, therefore doesn't need pain relief in the form of analgesics etc. ?

    The simplest solution and one I've advocated all my life and where everyone would be a lot happier, would be to legalize all of the drugs that are currently only available from illegal black market sources...

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