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Surgeon operated without consent on boy's genitals as he's a 'bit of a nosey t***'

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A surgeon said he operated on a 12-year-old's genitals without consent because he was 'a bit of a nosey t***'. Commander Anthony Lambert, a decorated military surgeon, had been performing an umbilical hernia repair on the child when he said he noticed the boy's genitals 'didn't look normal'.

However, without the patient or their parent's consent, he then decided to operate on the boy's genitals as he was still unconscious.

A medical tribunal into his actions heard that the 'extremely senior and respected practitioner' - who served in the Royal Navy for 36 years and reached the rank of Surgeon Commander - "undertook a freeing of preputial adhesions on Patient A's penis without the knowledge or consent of either Patient A or his parents, and that his language when informing them of what he had done was inappropriate." DevonLive reports that three days later mother of the boy submitted a complaint, stating that Cdr Lambert had carried out the operation on the boy's gentials without her or her husband's knowledge or consent.

The tribunal heard that Cdr Lambert's inappropriate comment to the boy and his mother came from his explanation as to why he carried out the procedure, namely that he had said: "...because I am a bit of a nosey t*** I noticed that [Patient A]'s penis did not look quite normal..." Following a tribunal, he has now been suspended for six months The tribunal noted that when interviewed, Cdr Lambert had said this was "the first time in 16 years I've had a complaint".

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