& # 39; Some women deserve to be repeatedly raped & # 39 ;: the Australian doctor who posted a series of sick messages online is only suspended for six weeks
- The doctor is suspended for six weeks after a series of sick online messages is revealed
- Christopher Kwan Chen Lee posted misleading comments on online forums
- In one of the online responses, he said: & # 39; some women deserved to be raped & # 39;
- He will have to follow lessons on ethical behavior during his suspension
A doctor was suspended for six weeks after it was discovered that he posted a series of sick and hateful messages on online forums.
The Health Practitioners Tribunal found the Victorian emergency doctor Christopher Kwan Chen Lee guilty of professional misconduct during a trial in March.
The 31-year-old was employed by the Tasmanian Health Service in Hobart when he made the insulting remarks, but now works Eastern Health in Box Hill, east of Melbourne's CBD, news.com.au reported.
Doctor Christopher Kwan Chen Lee (photo) was suspended after discovering that he had posted a series of sick and hateful messages on online forums
In the messages, Dr. Lee described himself as & # 39; bastard & # 39; and he wrote that & # 39; some women deserve to be raped & # 39 ;.
He also joked that his hospital had the highest number of victims because he did not bother taking care of his dying patients.
Some of the comments in question were set out in detail at the hearing.
& # 39; What would you rather say, hmm? That her was a misguided outburst? That she has to be taken off the hook? Well that's not my style, sir. If I don't like you, there will be no gloves for children. Some women deserve to be raped, and that pathetic little girl fits into the bill in every way possible, ”he wrote in response to another user's comment.
The Health Practitioners Tribunal found Dr. Lee guilty of professional misconduct (pictured with his wife)
He also wrote in support of a lawyer who was arrested in Egypt after he claimed that women wearing torn jeans should be raped, hoping that the lawyer earned a medal instead.
Dr. Lee said his comments were prompted by & # 39; a socio-political situation in Singapore and Malaysia & # 39 ;.
Dr. Lee said his anger & # 39; his judgment clouded & # 39; and led him to post the sick comments.
He also said that his functions did not match his treatment and care for patients and that he was in a different state of mind when the comments were first made in 2016.
Dr. During his exile from the profession, Lee will have to undergo educational lessons on ethical behavior and communication, with a focus on the use of social media.
Dr. Lee will have to follow education classes on ethical behavior and communication