They say it’s not your business what people say about you (behind your back) but when it comes to people who know (and claim to) and love us, it is they-who are responsible for presenting or representing us behind our backs.
Well, what happens when you do make it your business to know what people say behind your back?
Just ask patient Ethel Easter of Houston, Texas who discovered what her doctor (and his staff) had to say about her—from behind her…weave.
In pain, the official follicle “investigation” was prompted when the patient became concerned at her doctors tone when she requested that her hernia surgery should be scheduled for a date much sooner than the two weeks months out he scheduled her.
“I was like: ‘I can’t wait for two months. I’m terribly ill. And he said: ‘Listen’ (he got very abrupt). He said: ‘who do you think you are? You have to wait just like everybody else’,” Easter said.
Two months later came and Ethel Easter recorded the goings on while she lay unconscious:
Surgeon: “She’s a handful she had some choice words for us in the clinic when we didn’t book her case in two weeks.”
Staffers: “Did you see her belly button?”
Male voice/staffer: “Precious meet Precious.”
Additionally, Ethel Easter said the staffers referred to her [as being] “always the queen,” followed by the surgeon saying he felt sorry for her husband.
Community activist Quanell X got a hold of the recording and stated “When I heard the comments on the tape and listened to them I was shocked. I had no idea that doctors, anesthesiologists and nurses would carry themselves in this manner in an operating room.”
That was light compared to some other patients that have been mistreated during surgery. Try being scolded.