‘Use me for your pleasure’: Vaccine sceptic doctor ‘puts recording of his GB News interview online’ without realising woman called Suzie Sub sent him a VERY saucy WhatsApp message that appeared on screen halfway through
A vaccine sceptic doctor who apparently put a recording of his GB News interview on his website mistakenly revealed a WhatsApp message which was seemingly from a contact called ‘Suzie Sub’ – prompting ridicule online.
Dr Samuel White spoke to presenter Patrick Christys on Sunday after a judge ruled last week that a tribunal had made an ‘error of law’ when it ordered the GP to stop discussing Covid on social media after he had been accused of spreading misinformation.
The clip of the interview, where Dr White appeared remotely alongside broadcaster Jon Gaunt, was then uploaded onto his website.
But during the video, the embarrassing message, which was apparently from a woman, appeared at the top of screen.
It read: ‘As you rest just give a thought to using me for your pleasure. Having me on my knees doing whatever you say… xxx’.
After Twitter users today noticed the mishap and re-posted the clip on social media, Dr White took his website offline.
This evening, his site was accessible again but the embarrassing clip has now been removed.
A spokesman for Dr White told Indy100 on Monday evening that the clip containing the message had been uploaded to his website by hackers. MailOnline has approached the medic directly for comment.
Mr Gaunt has since re-posted the clip onto his own social media account and said: ‘Oh dear someone forgot to turn their WhatsApp off! This is very funny.’
The message flashed up in the clip as Dr White was airing his views about the Government’s response to the coronavirus crisis, including its use of vaccines.
It is not known who the individual named ‘Suzy Sub’ is.
One person who noticed the clip on Twitter joked: ‘Dr Sam White uploaded this video to his website but in his over-eagerness to get his ‘message’ out, he obviously didn’t watch it back first.
‘Unlucky Sam, unlucky.’
Another joked: ‘I’d like to hear what Suzie Sub thinks about all this. Apparently Dr Sam White is a fan.’
A third added: ‘Maybe Dr Sam has an important message about wearing masks?’
Vaccine sceptic doctor Samuel White, who put a recording of his GB News interview on his website, mistakenly revealed a WhatsApp message from ‘Suzie Sub’ – prompting ridicule online
He had apparently failed to notice that, while recording the clip, he received a message to his phone, apparently from a woman, which read: ‘As you rest just give a thought to using me for your pleasure. Having me on my knees doing whatever you say… xxx’. Above: Dr White on the programme with fellow guest Jon Gaunt
Dr White, who had been a partner at a surgery in Hampshire, had been ordered to stop discussing coronavirus on social media after he has expressed concerns about vaccines and claimed in a video he posted online in June that ‘masks do nothing’.
The General Medical Council’s Interim Orders Tribunal then imposed restrictions on Dr White’s registration as a GP as a result.
However, in the new ruling, the High Court said this decision was ‘wrong’ under human rights law.
Dr White’s fellow guest on GB News, broadcaster Jon Gaunt, has since re-posted the clip onto his own social media account. He said: ‘Oh dear someone forgot to turn their WhatsApp off! This is very funny’
Twitter users ridiculed Dr White after the apparent mishap involving the message from ‘Suzie Sub’
It noted how Dr White had claimed that ‘lies’ around the response of the NHS and the Government towards coronavirus were ‘so vast’ that he could no longer ‘stomach or tolerate’ them.
The tribunal then concluded that Dr White’s sharing of his views ‘may have a real impact on patient safety’
But judge Mr Justice Dove said that, under provisions in the Human Rights Act 1998, the tribunal had failed to subject itself to the tests required under the act.
This meant they needed to show that the GMC would ‘would probably succeed at any subsequent tribunal hearing in imposing the restrictions which were now sought’.
However, Mr Justice Dove said it was ‘clear’ that the tribunal had not done this and concluded there had been an ‘error or law and a clear misdirection’, meaning the decision was ‘clearly wrong and cannot stand’.