Doctor Cement Injection Uses Fix-A-Flat, Charges $700

Doctor Cement Injection – Fake doctor gives patient cement and fix-a-flat injections for $700. The fake procedure promised the patient a curvier body and a bigger backside. However, police in Florida say Oneal Ron Morris has been posing as a doc and was arrested Friday. 

Morris, was born a man but identifies as a woman, injected cement, mineral oil and a sealant used to fix flat tires into another woman’s backside. 

Police photos show Morris as a small-framed woman with bee-stung pouty lips, arched eyebrows, oversized hoop earrings – and a large backside. She was released from jail on bond. A phone listing for Morris could not be found, and it’s unclear if she has an attorney.

Miami Gardens Police Sgt. Bill Bamford said Sunday that Morris bounced from house to house for a year, driving a black Mercedes and staying out of investigators’ sight “like a ghost.” An officer drove by one of those possible houses nearly every day on his way to work and saw the car outside on Friday, and he arrested Morris soon after.

The victim, who is not being named due to medical privacy laws, paid $700 for a series of injections in May 2010. She was referred to Morris by a friend.

Morris injected some type of tube in several sites around her bottom, pumping it full of a toxic concoction. Morris reassured the woman when the pain became too intense, police said.

Bamford said Morris told the woman, “‘Oh don’t worry, you’ll be fine. We just keep injecting you with the stuff and it all works itself out.'”