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Man destroys dental office in Brazil because dentist ‘implanted a chip’ in his wife’s mouth

A woman and her husband have defended their decision to destroy a Brazilian dental clinic after bizarrely claiming that the dentist secretly implanted a chip in her mouth three years ago to cut off their family’s conversations. listen.

The shocking incident was recorded by Belo Horizonte’s office after Kênia Aparecida, 27, and her 31-year-old partner showed up asking to see the dentist on Wednesday.

“In 2019 I started treatment in the clinic through an agreement,” Aparecida told news channel G1.

“I had two wisdom teeth pulled and without my permission they implanted a chip in my mouth and listened to my conversations. But my husband saw that it was in (the mouth) and the dentist doesn’t want to take it out.’

Kênia Aparecida (right) yells at a dental assistant as her husband (center) removes a computer screen during an argument at the Belo Horizonte clinic on Wednesday, after they alleged that the dentist had implanted a chip in 2019 while removing two wisdom teeth, causing their family conversations can be heard

Kênia Aparecida (right) yells at a dental assistant as her husband (center) removes a computer screen during an argument at the Belo Horizonte clinic on Wednesday, after they alleged that the dentist had implanted a chip in 2019 while removing two wisdom teeth, causing their family conversations can be heard

Surveillance video showed her husband standing at the front desk waiting for help when he suddenly slammed into one of the computer screens and threw it over the edge of the table.

Aparecida then approached the agency to argue with three employees while carrying her toddler child and her husband proceeded to smash a second computer screen and knock it to the floor.

The couple continued to yell at the office workers as their two older children looked on, taking things from the desk and throwing them at the terrified employees.

Aparecida’s husband then rushed to the door and karate kicked it before falling to the ground. He got up and slammed into a television hanging on a wall.

A television was knocked off the wall when a couple showed up at a dental clinic in Belo Horizonte, Brazil on Wednesday to demand that the dentist remove a chip he allegedly implanted in a woman's mouth in 2019 after she lost two wisdom teeth. had deleted

A television was knocked off the wall when a couple showed up at a dental clinic in Belo Horizonte, Brazil on Wednesday to demand that the dentist remove a chip he allegedly implanted in a woman’s mouth in 2019 after she lost two wisdom teeth. had deleted

Authorities in Brazil's Belo Horizonte are still investigating the frenzied demolition of a dental practice by a woman and her husband, who accuse a dentist of installing a chip in her mouth that could make the dentist and his staff "listened to my conversations"

Authorities in Brazil’s Belo Horizonte are still investigating the frenzied demolition of a dental practice by a woman and her husband, who accuse a dentist of installing a chip in her mouth that allowed the dentist and his staff to “listen to my conversations”

A 31-year-old man grabs a computer screen from the front desk before throwing it on the floor during the insane dental office on Wednesday

A 31-year-old man grabs a computer screen from the front desk before throwing it on the floor during the insane dental office on Wednesday

“After the chip is implanted, people on the street will learn everything that is said in the family’s house,” Aparecida claimed.

Her husband said they had lost sleep because they tried several times to have the chip removed.

“We act on emotions, we just need to get the chip out of her,” he said. “We’ve asked several times and the dentist can’t figure it out. We tried to talk yesterday (Wednesday) and they wouldn’t hear us.’

Office workers told authorities that Aparecida’s husband threatened them and showed images of a gun he had on his cellphone.

The dental practice manager said it was not the first time the couple had aggressively visited the clinic, complaining that Aparecida had a chip in her mouth.

A computer screen dangles from the side of a dental office reception after a couple destroyed Brazil's clinic on Wednesday

A computer screen dangles from the side of a dental office reception after a couple destroyed Brazil’s clinic on Wednesday

Kênia Aparecida's (right) husband (center) is awaiting assistance at the Belo Horizonte, Brazil clinic on Wednesday before he lost his sleep and vandalized the office while arguing with staff over an alleged chip put in his mouth by the dentist. the woman during a visit in 2019 that allowed the doctor and staff to listen in to the family's conversations.  The dental office refuted the couple's claims, stating that a chip was never implanted in the woman's mouth

Kênia Aparecida’s (right) husband (center) is awaiting assistance at the Belo Horizonte, Brazil clinic on Wednesday before he lost his sleep and vandalized the office while arguing with staff over an alleged chip put in his mouth by the dentist. the woman during a visit in 2019 that allowed the doctor and staff to listen in to the family’s conversations. The dental office refuted the couple’s claims, stating that a chip was never implanted in the woman’s mouth

“We checked the x-ray, there was nothing on her tooth,” the manager said. “She had a denture and there was nothing wrong with the tooth.”

Despite the X-rays showing no problem with her wisdom teeth, Aparecida went ahead with the removal.

She and her husband returned a few days later to complain that the dentist had inserted the chip.

“They reported that the dentist had placed a microchip in her mouth, that it was possible to hear all WhatsApp conversations,” the office manager said.

The couple left the dental office before the Minas Gerais police arrived.

An investigation is underway, although the Aparecida and her husband had not yet been questioned on Thursday.

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