Dr Samuel White, a doctor accused of spreading misinformation about Covid online, posted a recording of his broadcast interview with GBNews – but didn’t realise a WhatsApp message had pinged up from a person called “Suzie Sub”
A doctor was left blushing after a raunchy WhatsApp message pinged up on a recording of a TV interview he posted.
Dr Samuel White appeared on GB News on Sunday to discuss a judge’s U-turn ruling after he was accused of spreading misinformation and ordered to stop speaking about Covid online.
The Hampshire-based doctor uploaded a clip of the remote interview to his official webpage, reports claim.
During the chat, a WhatsApp banner notification pings at the top of the screen showing a message from a person called “Suzie Sub”.
“Suzie” says: “As you rest just give a thought to using me for your pleasure. Having me on my knees doing whatever you say… xxx”.
Dr Samuel removed the clip from his official website before a spokesman claimed it was uploaded by hackers.
The footage had already been widely shared on social media, where users joked about the doctor’s blunder, MailOnline reports.
Broadcaster, Jon Gaunt, who interviewed the medic, even posted the video on his own accounts, saying: “Oh dear someone forgot to turn their WhatsApp off! This is very funny.’
One Twitter user 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 said: ‘I’d like to hear what Suzie Sub thinks about all this. Apparently Dr Sam White is a fan.’
A third quipped: ‘Maybe Dr Sam has an important message about wearing masks?
The message showed up as the doctor discussed the Government’s response to coronavirus.
His appearance came just days after a judge announced an “error of law” had been made after he was ordered to stop discussing Covid online.
Dr Sam was accused of spreading misinformation after raising his concerns about vaccines and posting a video claiming “masks do nothing”, the BBC reports.
Restrictions were imposed on Dr White’s registration by the General Medical Council’s Interim Orders Tribunal as a result of his wild claims.
But the High Court has now ruled that decision contravened human rights law.
The tribunal feared the manner in which he shared his views “may have a real impact on patient safety”.
He accused the NHS and government of spreading “lies” and that he couldn’t “stomach or tolerate” them any longer.