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Thursday August 28, 2014 MYT 9:48:22 AM
by akil yunus
PETALING JAYA: Dr Suresh Nair, the sex addicted neurosurgeon, who was responsible for the deaths of two prostitutes, has been deported to Malaysia.
The Daily Telegraph revealed that Australia's immigration minister Scott Morrison had ordered Dr Nair's deportation after the latter was released on parole on July 31, having served a four-year jail sentence for manslaughter and supplying cocaine. According to the report, he left on Tuesday.
The Malaysian-born doctor, who had Australian permanent residency, was allowed to continue working at a private hospital in Sydney despite his cocaine and sex addiction.
This resulted in several botched surgeries, which left some of his patients worse off.
Nair was jailed in 2011 for the manslaughter of 22-year-old escort Domingues Zaupa, who suffered a cocaine overdose during an orgy at the surgeon’s luxury Sydney apartment in 2009.
He also pleaded guilty to supplying cocaine, which killed sex worker Victoria McIntyre, 23, at his apartment.
Reports: Patients’ lives ruined in botched operations by Malaysian doctor
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