That Drunk Doctor Who Got Videotaped Attacking An Uber Driver Finally Got Fired

by 2 years ago

Remember that crazy bitch? It’s forgivable if you don’t. It’s been a few months and, you know, it’s 2016. Things only have a shelf-life of like 3 weeks nowadays before the Internet replaces it with something equally as ridiculous. Well, as a refresher, here’s a quick refresher course: A fourth year neurology student, a five foot tall female named Anjali Ramkissoon, was videotaped attacking an Uber driver after getting belligerently drunk. Then she went on Good Morning America and apologized, which I can only assume was the result of her waking up the next morning and seeing the videos all over the internet. Which I get. We’ve all been. You go out drinking, have a few too many fruity drinks because they taste so good and the next thing you know, you’re waking up to viral videos of you attempting to beat the piss out of an Uber driver with your bare hands while smiling at the camera.

Welp, as it turns out, the hospital that Ramkissoon was employed by has decided to fire her from all clinical duties.

“Jackson Health System is moving forward with the termination of Dr. Anjali Ramkissoon, a resident doctor. She is entitled to an appeal process.”

You know that hurts. But come on, did anyone expect her to not lose her job? Teachers lose their job for posting photos of themselves having a drink or two. This woman was so drunk she destroyed the interior of a stranger’s car whose most coherent thought was “Maybe if I hit this guy in the face enough times, he’ll change his mind and drive me home”.

Ramkissoon is expected to appeal her termination but, let’s be real, there’s a 0% she gets her job back.

via Miami Herald


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