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Student dies after botched plastic surgery

A 24-year-old South Korean student died after paying 6.5 million won, or around £3,800, for surgery to reshape his chin and give him the appearance of a K-pop star.

The man was conscious about his looks tragically died after plastic surgery, with CCTV revealing the horrifying truth.

The family of the deceased requested the CCTV footage of the theatre where the man’s surgery was performed and the plastic surgeon handed it over.

The footage showed nurses mopping blood from the floor 13 times during the three-hour operation.

The footage showed that the top plastic surgeon that the deceased had trusted to remodel his face left the operating theatre, roughly 60 minutes into the procedure.

A second doctor, a recently-graduated general doctor who did not have a plastic surgery licence, was left to finish the operation.

“Ghost doctors” are commonly employed in plastic surgery.

“When the patient is knocked out on the operating table they’ll start the procedure, slip away, and a ghost doctor will come in and do most of the work,” Stephanie Soo, from the Rotten Mango podcast, explained.

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