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April 05, 2021


Man accused of drinking Four Lokos while giving Botox injections without license at Florida spa

(Thanks to Alkali Bill)


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Sounds like the snake might be getting a bum rap. (As opposed to the man who was getting a bum wrap.)

Hate it when that happens, but wouldn't his valid Florida driver's license make that behavior legal?

That he was doing this isn't what's shocking here. What's shocking is that a promotion all "Botox and Bubbles" ACTUALLY WORKED.

I didn't know you needed a license to drink Four Lokos.

Not to be confused with Four Locos, i.e. his patients.

"Was that wrong? Should I not have done that? I tell you, I gotta plead ignorance on this thing because if anyone had said anything at all to me when I first started here that this sort of thing is frowned upon..."

He did keep up to date with his Medical Licensing Continuing Education credits requirements.

What type of alcoholic beverage is this "Lokos" mentioned in this mostly Florida day item?

Sometimes you need a little something to take the edge off and steady the hand. Giving injections right next to someone's eyes is tedious. You don't want that dude amped up on Red Bull. The mark of a true professional is knowing how much you can drink before you get too calm.

Four Loko is a line of alcoholic beverages sold by Phusion Projects of Chicago, Illinois, United States. Four Loko's recipe formerly included caffeine. Phusion operates as Drink Four Brewing Company.[1] Four Loko, the company's most popular beverage, debuted in the United States market in 2005 and is available in 49 states, and in 21 countries including Ecuador, Guatemala, Paraguay, The Bahamas, Peru, Mexico, Colombia, Bolivia, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, China, Canada and some countries in Europe.[2] The name "Four" is derived from the original drink's content of four standard drinks.
Four Loko contains carbonated water, sugar, and natural and artificial flavoring including FD&C Red 40. The drink is either 6%, 7%, 8%, 10%,12% or 14% alcohol by volume (ABV), depending on state regulations, and is packaged in 23.5 oz (695 mL) cans.

He's a shoo in for the next House race.

Police say he was hosting "Bubbles & Botox" events in Jacksonville.

He's totally getting off. The ad CLEARLY says "Botox and Bubbles."

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