Doctor Offers To Have Sex With Patient To ‘Cure Cancer’ And Vaccinate Her Against Coronavirus With His ‘Antibodies’

An Italian gynecologist was caught in a televised undercover sting offering to cure a patient of cancer in exchange for sex. Dr. Giovanni Miniello, 60, is nicknamed ‘Dr. Magic Flute’ due to his offering of a “sex cure” or patients, but he’s now been forced to resign after he was caught on camera by the Italian TV show Le Iene.

  1. A female victim came forward with the accusations. Le Iene decided to stage the undercover sting after a 33-year-old woman came forward with some troubling accusations about Miniello. She said that she consulted with him after trying and failing to get pregnant. Despite a negative pap smear test, Miniello told her that she had HPV, a sexually-transmitted disease that can cause cancer. He then reportedly offered to “cure” her with sex, telling her: “I have saved many women from cancer. All those I have had contact with were negative afterwards.”
  2. Miniello made some pretty ludicrous claims. In addition to claiming that sex with him would cure cancer, he told the actress hired by Le Iene that having sex with someone like him would give her the same immunity as vaccination. He then offered to see if he could immunize her via sex.
  3. The actress who met with Miniello deserves an award. She agreed to meet him at a hotel, where he again promised that having sex with him would mean she would remain free of the virus. At one point, he told her that using a condom was pointless because if they used one, she wouldn’t get the antibodies he was trying to transfer to her.
  4. Thankfully, a journalist popped in before things could get too out of hand. Once he was half-naked and ready to get down to business, a journalist for the show came in. Miniello didn’t cop to anything, however, saying: “I’m doing this for my studies, and for the other people that I have saved.” His lawyer later released a statement on his behalf, saying: “I, who have successfully treated hundreds of women for over 40 years… only proposed an alternative treatment that has yielded results.”
  5. The broadcast encouraged other victims to come forward. Miniello, who practiced at a surgery in the city of Bari, has been accused by 15 other women who came forward after seeing the sting on TV. They say they were also victims of Miniello and his miracle sex cure over the years. Marika Massara, the coordinator for the Anti-Violence Centre in Bari, said: “We have received several reports in the last few days, dozens. Women who have come together and gone through a similar situation. Some consider reporting it, others are afraid, also because the level of secondary victimization we are witnessing is very high.”

The public prosecutor in Bari has allegedly opened an investigation.

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