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A British tattooist known as “Dr. Evil” has pleaded guilty to performing illegal body modifications, including a tongue-splitting procedure and the removal of an ear and a nipple.
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In 2012, McCarthy used a scalpel to split a woman’s tongue and also removed another client’s nipple. In 2015 he removed a client’s ear without using anesthetic, according to the UK’s Press Association (PA) news agency.
Authorities launched an investigation after online images showing McCarthy removing the ear prompted complaints, according to the CPS.
The procedures took place at McCarthy’s tattoo studio — Dr Evil’s Body Modification Emporium — in Wolverhampton, England.
“Police found he was performing complex procedures without medical training, outside a clinical environment, without knowing clients’ medical histories or psychiatric background, and in the absence of any life-saving equipment should procedures have gone wrong,”
Following his arrest McCarthy said that he hadn’t broken the law because his clients had given their consent for the procedures to go ahead. However a judge ruled that his client’s written consent did not provide a defense.
McCarthy received considerable public support, including an online petition in which 13,000 signatories backed him as a “knowledgeable, skillful and hygienic” body piercer.
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McCarthy took his case to the Court of Appeal, but three judges then issued a 12-page ruling in which they argued that McCarthy had undertaken “a series of medical procedures for no medical reason.”
“Those seeking body modification of the sort we are concerned with in this appeal invited the appellant to perform irreversible surgery without anesthetic with profound long-term consequences,” reads the ruling.
“This case confirms the existing law that surgical procedures must be carried out by properly trained, qualified and regulated surgeons or health care professionals,” Rhiannon Jones, Senior Crown Prosecutor commented on what she said is a landmark case involving body modification: “McCarthy was none of these and as a result his surgical procedures, albeit carried out at the request of his clients, were unlawful.”
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