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A gynaecologist who runs a series of adult-only events in his spare time is taking legal action after losing operating privileges at four private hospitals. Dr Naylin Appanna, who runs fetish balls and strip entertainment, cannot perform surgeries on his patients at three private hospitals in Hamilton or one in Tauranga. Appanna, an obstetrician and gynaecologist, is only suing Anglesea Hospital over the "wrongful suspension" of his credentialling. His applications for credentials were then declined by the other two hospitals, Braemar and Grace Hospital in Tauranga. It's not clear why Appanna was banned from operating on his patients at Anglesea Hospital on March 30 last year but his spokeswoman Glenda Hughes said a case involving the doctor was reported to the Health and Disability Commissioner the same month "which has not yet been resolved". The Health and Disability Commission would not confirm if a complaint had been taken against the doctor but the Herald understands there was an incident that preceded the suspension. Appanna is suing Anglesea Hospital for lost income in a civil case he launched through the High Court at Auckland last year.
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Beautiful saturday morning over here, just sipping my morning coffee looking at the Waitemata harbour Staying with some lovely people while in Auckland. Maybe going for a dive tomorrow..
Whips, chains, clothes pegs and birdcages - organisers of the NZ Fetish Ball have seen it all. Held annually in Auckland and Christchurch, the event is run by two men. One is Hamilton gynaecologist Dr Naylin Appanna. The other is a DJ, Glen Rossiter, who plans every aspect of the annual Christchurch fetish event from his home located in rural bliss in Canterbury's Little River.