Delaware Man awakes from anesthesia wearing Pink Panties

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Pink Panties

Scribe: Samuel Otis

Email: samuel@thethinkering.com

 

An employee of a Delaware Surgery Center underwent a colonoscopy only to wake up wearing pink panties.

A Dover, Delaware man, Andrew Walls, 32, went under anesthesia for a colonoscopy in October 2012 when alleged he was pranked by his fellow workers. According to court documents, “When the plaintiff recovered from the effects of the anesthesia administered by defendants, he awoke to realize that while he was unconscious, pink women underwear had been placed on his body.”

The document continued, “When the plaintiff initially presented for his colonoscopy he had not been wearing pink women underwear and at no time did the plaintiff voluntarily, knowingly or intentionally place the pink women underwear upon himself.”

Through his attorney Walls claims that his colleagues, “failed to maintain proper policies and procedures for the care of patients with respect to not engage in extreme and outrageous conduct.

The Delaware Surgery Center declined to comment.  

 

 

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