A ‘fake doctor’ suspected of injecting a woman’s bottom with cement, super glue and tyre sealant to give her a more ‘shapely’ rear has been arrested.
Transgendered woman Oneal Ron Morris, who by his own picture appears to have undergone the ‘butt-boosting’ procedure himself, is accused of administering the potentially lethal shots to at least one victim.
The 30-year-old, who police say is a man but appears to look like a woman, was detained in Florida yesterday for the alleged incident in May 2010.
Miami Gardens Police Department Sgt William Bamford said Morris first met with the as-yet unidentified victim to discuss the procedure.
He said: ‘They agreed on the price of $700, which was intended for cosmetic purposes.’
But instead, police say the victim was given a series of injections containing cement, mineral oil and Fix-A-Flat tyre inflator and sealant.
The incision was sealed with super glue. Shortly after the surgery was carried out, she went on to suffer ‘severe complications’.
Bamford told WPLG: ‘A short time later, she develops very serious pains, abdomen, throughout her body. She knows something is wrong.’
He said the woman visited two local hospitals, before heading to Tampa General Hospital, where she received treatment.
She had developed an infection of drug-resistant bug MRSA at the wound and also developed pneumonia, but refused to reveal how it had happened.
Doctors at the hospital, worried it was the work of an unlicensed practitioner, reported the case to the Florida Department of Health.
But by the time they started to investigate, the victim had left the area.
Morris was eventually arrested in North Lauderdale in March 2011. He has been charged with practising medicine without a license and causing bodily harm.
The alleged incident is the latest in a long line of instances where women have suffered complications following illegal bottom enhancement procedures.
The illusion of a larger backside has become increasingly more fashionable among young women since the rise of the ‘Hip Hop Honey’ phenomenon.
But experts have said undergoing unlicensed procedures is ‘like playing Russian roulette’