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Van Aerial

September 1, 2013


During the 1980s when posing as a GP in South Devon for the purpose of obtaining fraudulent prescriptions, Dr. Zero Lubin was to witness on many occasions, usually after sessions at afternoon drinking clubs, angry red weals on the buttocks of both Track-mark Tracey and the Candle Wax Kid. These welts were evident during debauched adult versions of doctors and nurses. A modicum of mutual deception was employed in these erotic exercises and medications were administered.

At one particular session Dr Lubin was recorded as saying: “This is the worst case of van aerial disease I have ever seen”.

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