Plastic surgeon suspends fat on TikTok after dancing with bags

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A Brazilian plastic surgeon is in big, fat trouble.

Caren Trisoglio Garcia has had her medical approval suspended by the Medical Board in Sao Paulo, Brazil after she posted a video on TikTok of taking a step while holding bags of human fat and meat.

According to Brazilian media company Metropoles, Garcia, who has 645,000 followers on TikTok, cannot perform plastic surgery after “sharing videos with patients’ skin”. Newsweek reported that the license suspension comes after the Brazilian Plastic Surgery Society imposed a six-month suspension on their naughty videos as “unethical”.

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The surgeon was suspended after sharing videos with the patient’s skin

Caren Trisoglio Garcia has published material on social networks. The São Paulo State Regional Council for Medicine has suspended their registration.

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During the suspension, Garcia is prohibited from seeing patients and performing operations. Should she discover medical misconduct, she could lose her medical license.

Garcia had posted dozens of videos on TikTok dancing in the clinic. Some showed her holding bags of human fat that she reportedly removed from patients during liposuction.

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Several videos showed the surgeon prancing around with the sacks of meat, with captions like “this is axillary fat” and “this is the breast”.

The videos of Garcia fooling around with the excess body parts were removed by TikTok for violating the company’s community guidelines of showing “dismembered” and “maimed” human remains.

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