Hayden Kho was stripped of medical license

@mimiang (3777)
Philippines
November 23, 2009 9:57am CST
Good moral character is something every professional must have. If someone of our profession could not live up to the high standard of the profession,he should not be allowed to practice.He is such a rotten apple. He is also sick psychologically. How could he,anyway, practice his profession if many could not respect him anmore because of the uploads that he has done. We prefer that he should look for other career.
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14 responses
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
well i'm kind of doubting as to the decision of stripping the license of Dr Kho as being fair. What was on the video has nothing to do with his profession. He was a victim as well. He did not have any intention of having those videos published or something. He may be a pervert but it's his nature. He likes being videotaped while performing the act. One thing's for sure, it was definitely an invasion of privacy for the aggrieved party in taking those video's without the consent of those women. However the punishment should be to those who have posted those videos online and to those who have distributed it. Yet the attention was more focused to Dr. Kho due to the outcry of emotions towards the women as being the victim. Sometimes people's judgement are really biased. We deliver those judgement based on our emotions and not on the facts and what has sense. Oh well, that's what makes people people, their imperfections. Their tendency to see things on one-sided situations. They never see all the possible angle nor consider the other party. It is just sad that this is so normal. People had always been judgmental based on emotions.
@rsa101 (14893)
• Quezon City, Philippines
25 Nov 09
Well I guess being a license doctor requires them to become highly respectable to the public and anything that would smear your reputation whether it is in line with his profession of not will affect everybody in the profession. With the scandal he just committed the whole medical profession was really turned upside down. It is just right to put him out of the profession since he will always be connected with his past and the whole profession would be drag there if they would allow him to practice continously. I think this is also a warning to those in the profession to make their private lives private or else they might lose their profession as a result of their irresponsible acts.
@ybong007 (6658)
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
I pity the guy. Sorry guys, but i will have to disagree on you on this issue. I've watched 3 of the videos, the Hayden-Katrina video and two Maricar-Hayden videos, and i can say that he did not force himself into these girls, what happened was consensual s*x, even katrina was having the time of her life. What they did was not supposed to be made public and it's a pity that it came out. I'm sure Hayden has no intention of making those videos public either. For me, he is also a victim just like everyone else in the video and the real perpetrator is still out there, the people responsible in making those videos public are the real culprits. Stripping him of his medical license because of those videos is not fair either because i find nothing wrong in what they did, there was no raping, there was no flagging, there was no torture, basically there's nothing out of the ordinary that took place, they're just having s*x and i presume non of them are minors either. Cheers!
@angelajoy (1839)
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
There was something wrong with what he did. He made videos without the consent of the women. Do you honestly think that's not wrong?
@ybong007 (6658)
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
Yes I agree, taking a s*x video without the consent of the other party is definitely a no no. But i don't think it has anything to do with his profession, so far i have not heard of any complaints that he botched up a operation. also, one of the maricar-hayden video shows that Maricar is aware that the camera was rolling. I think it should be hayden who should raise hell and the one going after the people who stole his laptop and making those videos available to the public. It still beats me why every one is going after him when it is clear that he is also a victim. He did not commit adultery since they are single, he did not beat up any of the girls just like what Chavit did (no raised an issue about it)...I think a lot of politicians are thanking Hayben for what he did because all attention were drawn to him, so they can continue with their corruption and it's going to be business as usual. Cheers!
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
Well, I think he deserved more than that. I understand he is also now engaging himself into charity works and ironically, fighting for the women's rights. However, I really think he should undergo psychological treatment.
@jules67 (2790)
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
Fighting for women's right? Well then, he is really a totally sick person.
@angelajoy (1839)
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
Fighting for women's rights? This is the first time that I heard of it. Maybe he's just trying to clean his reputation. It would be a very difficult job.
@jules67 (2790)
• Philippines
29 Nov 09
He should have thought of that prior to getting inside somebody else's pants. What he had done could not be erased by mere advocacy of charitable works.
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
I'm glad that Hayden Kho was stripped of his medical license. I salute the PRC for that decision. He doesn't deserve to be in that profession. Truly, he is a rotten apple and very sick psychologically. That's what he gets for doing such a bad thing! Maybe he should find another career much more suitable for him. Maybe a male stripteaser or a macho dancer haha!
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
You are funny santos_mlirs!!! I guess that is why he joined the competion in channel 7 before, I just can't recall the title of the show. But may be it is his hidden desire, to perfom as a bold star or something... may be that singing competion in channel 7 was just his stepping stone or entry point in his showbiz bold star career...
• Philippines
28 Nov 09
Yeah! That's really true. For sure, he has a long way to go in this kind of job which is tailor-made for someone like him. I bet he will become successful in this area. Happy mylotting!
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
He derserved to lose a mdedical license. People in his field must learn to have good manners and right conduct. Most specially that they are facing and is in to the public to serve. He shoudl have not done such malicious acts.
@agv0419 (3029)
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
He deserved to lose his medical license for not behaving as a professional. I have read on the newspaper that he is now running a restaurant even if he is not doctor he can afford to have a comfortable life.
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
i think that kho should be a stripper instead of a doctor.. lol.. since he enjoys stripping down and enjoys careless whisper. lol.. :D he practices more on being a stripper and a colboy rather than being a doctor.. he should be ashamed of himself.. lol.. on the other hand, he could be proud too. coz a lot of people witnessed his awesome talent in bed..lol.. i dont really understand why girls still get la1d with him eventhough he has that kind of reputation.. lol
@mimiang (3777)
• Philippines
28 Nov 09
thanks for your response. You got a point. Maybe some were still too gullible because of his good looks. he should not be given his license back. Nobody liked to be treated by him anymore.
• Philippines
23 Nov 09
Whoa news revived! hehe so hayden got Stripped after all good for him. hmf! Thta's Life he must learn from it.. or other people must learn from it.. no video in the first place would make him in a better place.. oh well bad luck for him.
@mimiang (3777)
• Philippines
28 Nov 09
Well, it would served a lesson for all to respect all people. His relationship was not an excuse to disrespect his women.
@mrfdg1972 (3238)
• Philippines
23 Nov 09
The Punishment is not enough for such a gruesome deed, I salute the Commission for doing their job. Well anyway, what amazes me is how our govt took only a few days to trace the link, wherein it has been years that they can not trace the film pirates, something strange??
@mimiang (3777)
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
The doctors in the PRC made the swift action.
• Philippines
23 Nov 09
well and good. if he was stripped of his license because of the bad example that he has displayed throughout the world, that is well and good indeed. yes, mimiang, i agree with you that such type of persons be not allowed to practice their professions anymore. they give such a bad example to people. once they are slapped with such a measure from government, the people would learn that it is most unwise to be that bad in public. with this in mind, many of the professionals around us, will at least take good care of their good names and give importance to adherence to good moral values.
@mimiang (3777)
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
You are right. It seemed that morality has been forgotten by some already.
@rsa101 (14893)
• Quezon City, Philippines
25 Nov 09
Oh well I guess he deserved it. After doing those scandalous acts and recording it and losing the video to spread his personal acts over the media and the internet I guess he already knows the consequences behind that irresponsible acts. I still think that there is no career that fits him right now since he will definitely start from the very start to improve his image back and his integrity restored to the public again.
@adoremay (2069)
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
I am glad that it turned out that way. For fairness and equality, he destroyed the name, career and life of those women and this time around, it is pay back time.
@rhayde29 (126)
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
Moral lesson for him...just respect every woman ^^
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
are you in the same profession as Dr. Kho's? Well, i think practicing his profession has nothing to do with his efficiency in his field, if indeed he is efficient. that's 2 separate things, i think. what is in question here is his MORALE. Respect probably yes! respect may diminished after knowing/viewing his scandalous act. but then again, the act might be scandalous to us - viewers but may not be scandalous to him. if you know what i mean. next, the reason why i ask the question above is, is there a profession than being a medical doctor that requires a person with lesser respect from other people? because it seems to me from your last statement that "... he should look for other career" sounds like other career than being a doctor appears suited for doc. kho (who seemed with today's judgment on him is a person of less dignity and psychological sick as you put it.) i am not pro doctor kho my friend but he seemed to be judge even before the court trial. what happened to the girl who with full consent did it with him? is she liable too? i think so. because even without a cam, that filmed the act, she has also a liability, and committed wrong because she knows that doc. kho has a girlfriend and it is known in public. or maybe, the public is just being biased? what do you think? Peace my friend :-)
@danitykane (3192)
• Philippines
24 Nov 09
hi mimiang, I saw the news last night, and I think he deserves it. Imagine consulting to a physician that has hidden camera on the side (like getting some examination or body scan) ahemmm that's crazy and scary....lolz. Kidding aside, I just hope and pray that he will truly change and spend time more in doing some good deeds that must come from his heart without anyone dictating him what to do. happy Lotting!