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Cosmetic Surgeon Allegedly Photoshopped Patients’ Faces On ‘Mounds And Mounds’ Of Porn Images

by | 1st, December 2011

DR Peter Tlusty might well be a victim of nominative determinism. Dr T-lusty’s behaviour is the subject of a General Medical Council (GMC) tribunal. The man who once showed Telegraph readers his London home is accused of misconduct.

It is alleged that at the Belgravia Surgery treatment rooms, Mr TLusty kept a large stash of porn. The allegation details 6 filing cabinets filled with 132 dirty magazines and clippings. This is not all. It is also alleged that in the cabinets were folders with “hundreds of manipulated images of patients and surgery staff in X-rated poses“.

And…one more thing, M’lud. There were diaries, allegedly. These ledgers are said to have contained league tables of the staff and patients looks scored out of 10.

Mr Tlusty, married with wife and three daughters, reportedly, had in 2006 visited a pornography website that had triggered a virus that infected the surgery’s PCs.

Dr David Parry, a partner at the surgery, Dr David Parry, emailed staff to say he would ask Westminster Primary Care Trust’s IT department to trace the source of the virus.

Dr Parry tells the GMC:

“Dr Tlusty took me to one side and said he did not want me to do this as he felt it was probably him, because he had a habit of viewing what he termed soft pornography sites. I suggested that he should do that in his own time and using his own equipment.”

Fnar.

In 2008,Dr Parry and practice manager Margaret Burton searched the surgeon’s locked consultation room.

They found “mounds upon mounds upon mounds of pornography. There was very little clinical material in the room.”

He adds:

“That shocked me. The images were pornographic. They were extremely well done but obviously manipulated. The drawer was packed with folders which seemed to contain cut-outs and further images.”

Paul Ozin, for the GMC, said a locum later found four diaries.

“They contained a number of narratives, a number of lists in the form that could be described as league tables. He graded a number of individuals with scores out of ten.’”

Dr T-lusty demies committing misconduct.

The hearing continues.

Anorak wonders what right it is for anyone to come between a man and his hobby?



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