WATCH: Florida Doctor Assaults Woman, Seizing Phone, for Recording him Throwing Mother out of Office

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Feluto : The doctor is in the right, you can't record in a clinic (or in any private property if the owner doesnt like it) either

Steve Jones : these doctors are under a tremendous amount of stress. the lady was probably pill shopping.

Mindraker1 : I think the doctor was perfectly justified in his actions. Maybe could have toned down the language. Otherwise, good for the doctor.

Onus News Service : Up until the point of taking the phone, I think the doctor was right and the patient was unreasonable.  She said she made an appointment for 6:30 and it was now 7:45.  That would be a fairly normal wait time just to be seen by the doctor.  However, apparently she has already seen the doctor and already given a urine sample.   She is being unreasonable if she thinks that is too long of a wait time.  The samples need to be tested, the doctor has to review the results as well as any other test results and then bring the patient back into a room.  The doctor surely has other patients that have to be seen.  All of this being done in 1:15 minutes ?  I would say that's pretty darn fast !!  Like the doctor said, she could go to the emergency room and pay 10 times as much and wait for 9 hours or she could go to Canada and schedule an appointment and wait 3 months just to be seen by a nurse first.  With that being said, the doctor was wrong to take the phone and likely committed a felony.

AlexxxPerales : he was fine up until he took the phone. lol then he goofed

Kac4 KLHC : Ppl like this🙄. The “baby” is sick and wants what she wants WHEN she wants it. Forget about the truly sick patients in the back, she just cares about herself! I just hope when she or her family finally have a true emergency the doctor isn’t busy seeing a little brat with a common cold and is too tied up seeing a person that has a common cold. Just try working in medicine! He was so wrong to touch her phone, but spoiled Americans expect “instant” service. I would have kicked her out too. PINAC Is my fav!! Awesome work. Something tells me she doesn’t have real insurance (like ppl that work) and isn’t actually paying for visit anyway, most ppl don’t anymore. The ones that rely on the gov and taxpayers to pay their bills are ALWAYS the loudest.

XL4U : You can not record in a medical facility. There is strict privacy laws in every state.

WhooptyFcknDoo : Seems as if she was trying to provoke the Dr. Why? Because the daughter was recording it from the get go. But he should have been professional and not lost his cool.

Glen Porteous : He asked her to leave from private property so she should have. He's probably had to deal with ingrown toe nails to life & death decisions & could have told a patient they have terminal cancer & make the most of the Christmas because you're not seeing another one. Then she does this to him. Wake up to yourself. He's probably been working all day pulling a 12 hour shift & still be there at midnight.

George McFly : He did nothing wrong in my opinion

Michael Grinshtat : poor doctor

Mike Knight : Found me a new doctor 👍🏻🤘🏻👊🏻

ARednecksLife : I don't necessarily think the doctor was in the wrong in this particular video things don't happen right away at a doctor's office. Also in so many ways the daughter had no rights to record a doctor's office is private and not public.

Mark Toney : The liberal entitled class are the least tolerant of all ...

Dilligaf : She had her money returned, that makes her no longer a patient only a trespasser. Recording video or audio in a doctors clinic by the staff or patients shouldn't be allowed as other patients confidentiality needs to be respected as much as her own.

Temple of the Dog : same shit happens at the methadone clinic.

Adrian Marin : Damn he should've deleted it

Gunnslinger50 : Is there no reasonable expectation of privacy within the confines of ones office?

Launchpad McQuack : I'm sorry, but where was the assault? Do you know what assault is?

Theycallme Chip : Robbery by sudden snatching

Axel Alexson : The doctor is right.

Donna Da Music Lover Fanatic : did she get her phone back and file assault and theft charge on him? and from the sound of it......she has seen him already.....She did a urine test which depending on what he ordered can take time. And she had to have talked to him already for him to have ordered that.......so she has seen him already..... I think she maybe making this out to be more than it is... People its a doctor's office and none of them are very fast and on time if you think they are .....your in a fantasy land....and it is his office he can tell you to leave......doctors dont have to see you in their office. the only place the are legally obligated to you is in the ER........and if they happen upon you in a accident....they are not covered by the good samaritan law like normal people are.

JT Smith : The only thing disturbing about this video is the little old dude holding a silver plate at the beginning? Looks like he's been there a lot longer................ffs!!

Herr Fenchel : That is private property... she has no right to film there. But 99% of the commenters here are not thinking for a second.

Jaw Tooth : It is hard to work with the public. I did most of my life and I always wanted to do what he did. lol

Thom McHugh : Wow, these people are putrid!

No2TheNWO : Obama Care.

Vinny Wong : So the doctor in the video came forward. Turned out the women were abusive to the staffs and the doctor lost his cool after these two women became verbally abusive to him and the staffs. Google the police report. It is Gainsville after hours clinic, Dr Gallogly, Oct 9 2017.

Frank Kintz : Must have worked as a security guard while going to collage.

Driden : Why is he so hostile damn she wasn't even being rude or loud about it she was merely questioning him

Jennifer Rae Fuchek : Photography is not a crime (but snatching a phone out of someone's hand is!)

ryanburbridge : Can’t wait for trump care

Scott Reacher : I hope you make a complaint against him.

Good Time Guy : I dont like this guy here. Maybe he was having a bad day.

Lurch : In a lot of places, grabbing a phone is a federal offense as it is a communication device. So not only are you stealing it you are preventing the victim from calling the cops.

44prot : There's a physician office that everyone should work hard to avoid. Even without him knocking the phone out of her hand, why would anyone put their health in the hands of someone so foul?

Guywithcrazyideas : He is not professional.

Alistair Caine : Yes, it was a bit much, but I like how everyone here pretends they never had a bad day at work.

Eric Sullivan : Florida Statute 810.08 Trespass in structure or conveyance.— (1) Whoever, without being authorized, licensed, or invited, willfully enters or remains in any structure or conveyance, or, having been authorized, licensed, or invited, is warned by the owner or lessee of the premises, or by a person authorized by the owner or lessee, to depart and refuses to do so, commits the offense of trespass in a structure or conveyance. (2)(a) Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, trespass in a structure or conveyance is a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083. (b) If there is a human being in the structure or conveyance at the time the offender trespassed, attempted to trespass, or was in the structure or conveyance, the trespass in a structure or conveyance is a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083. (c) If the offender is armed with a firearm or other dangerous weapon, or arms himself or herself with such while in the structure or conveyance, the trespass in a structure or conveyance is a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s.775.084. Any owner or person authorized by the owner may, for prosecution purposes, take into custody and detain, in a reasonable manner, for a reasonable length of time, any person when he or she reasonably believes that a violation of this paragraph has been or is being committed, and he or she reasonably believes that the person to be taken into custody and detained has committed or is committing such violation. In the event a person is taken into custody, a law enforcement officer shall be called as soon as is practicable after the person has been taken into custody. The taking into custody and detention by such person, if done in compliance with the requirements of this paragraph, shall not render such person criminally or civilly liable for false arrest, false imprisonment, or unlawful detention. (3) As used in this section, the term “person authorized” means any owner or lessee, or his or her agent, or any law enforcement officer whose department has received written authorization from the owner or lessee, or his or her agent, to communicate an order to depart the property in the case of a threat to public safety or welfare.

Brendan Smith : Is this person an actual doctor or a PA? This looks like a walk in clinic, which makes me question that very argument about this person having a MD. In either case, this is not professional behavior. Beyond that, his actions are criminal in nature. You call the cops. You do not commit robbery. And, under some assumption, if this person's intent was to conceal evidence of a prior criminal activity, than it is a felony. He would loss his licence. But I think this clinic deals with testing. So, he may be at his wit's end with the scammers and junkies.

Meep Changeling : I like how everyone says he went too far by taking the phone. This is actually untrue. It's illegal to film the interior of a hospital without permission. The doctor is allowed to confiscate cameras and other recording devices, and is required to report the crime to the poliece. She's very lucky that she got her phone back at all, let alone that the doc or cops didn't delete the video.

skatersrule155 : A doctors office probably isn't somewhere you have the right to record freely. All i see here is 2 entitled brats and a doctor who is working so hard he doesn't have time or strength to deal with their trash.

Steven Tunis : Everyone seems to be missing that the doctor blurted to the whole waiting room what tests he just did on her. That is a HIPPA violation. He is a medical professional that released medical information of a patient publicly. Clear cut.

Max Nelson : Doctor assaults patient should be an oxymoron, this woman was merely complaining about the wait, after what sounded like doing her due diligence in attempting to expedite the process, that guy should lose his license.

halfhumanhalfzombie : For someone who's expected traits is being more down to earth with others than every other place that deals with people this is disgusting. He's a disgrace to his Hippocratic Oath. I understand that the patient was being unreasonable but that's unacceptable.

beefyoso : well it was 7:45 pm... doctors are used to leaving at 2pm, maybe 3 (depending on how long lunch was) so he must have been going crazy with strain and fatigue.

richycline : Overly entitled lady + hot headed doctor. Grabbing at the phone was a bad move but I'd still see him if he's a good doctor. Being a doctor is a stressful job with long hours, I would have tossed her out too. She's certainly seems to be a wretched human from the little what little is known about her.

Fl. Hound : Both had a problem, she thinking she's more inportant then any other patient and he had very thin skin, should have handled that a little better. I bet both arent ture Floridians, we get more and more of these inpatient and entitled people moving here every year !!

DalMek : Oh man that doctor is so lucky they weren't black, msm would be all over this and his clinic would probably be closed.

James Justice : Doctor should have been arrested for theft and needs an attitude adjustment. He now has Millions of Dollars of Bad Publicity.