Enraged husband slaps doctor at OB/GYN forum, claims physician sexually assaulted his wife
The man claimed the doctor sexually assaulted his wife. (Photo via NY Post)

BALTIMORE, USA — A doctor was physically assaulted by the husband of one of his alleged clients during a OB/GYNs panel discussion in Baltimore, Maryland in late May. According to an article from the New York Post, the man accused the Long Island-based physician of sexually assaulting his wife.

The NY post reported that clips from the altercation have gone viral after an anonymous user posted it to Twitter Friday.

In the video, the man can be seen stepping up onto the stage, grabbing the doctor by his shirt collar, and pushing him back before declaring, “this motherf—er sexually assaulted my wife.”

According to the NY Post, Baltimore Police confirmed the incident happened on May 20. They also revealed that the doctor, who has not been publicly identified, has not been charged with any crime.

“The assaulted individual stated that he did not want to file criminal charges or file a report against the individual who physically assaulted him and that he would prefer the individual be escorted off the premises,” a police spokesperson said.

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