The Muslim saleswoman who was the target of sexual innuendo from doctor Victor Sorrentino says in a new video that she accepts the Brazilian’s apology.
The information was confirmed by the doctor’s press office, Sorrentino and the seller are shown in the recording, posted on the doctor’s social media on Friday (4) – the woman, however, has her image blurry.
In the file, the doctor said he was wrong to make an unauthorized recording and use “swear words”. He apologizes to the seller, who says he accepts them, adding that the Egyptian people are very hospitable and welcome visitors from all over the world.
Brazilian Victor Sorrentino has been arrested in Egypt on a domestic sex offense after posting a video on his social media in which he offends the papyrus seller inside a store.
In the video, Sorrentino appears speaking in Portuguese with the papyrus seller. “You really like tough guys, don’t you?” », Asks the doctor. “Long is good too, isn’t it?” The long papyrus.
Without understanding the language, the Muslim saleswoman says yes, smiles and is taunted by the doctor and his Brazilian companions.
With the repercussion of the episode, the doctor had already apologized and justified himself, saying he was “very playful”. With nearly a million followers, Sorrentino has made his Instagram profile private after the controversy.
In reaction to the incident, the Egyptian public prosecutor said on his official Twitter account that Sorrentino was accused of making sexual innuendos, “of undermining the precepts and values of the Egyptian family and society, for having violated the privacy of the seller and for having used an account to commit these crimes ”.
As shown in a Folha report published this Saturday (5), Sorrentino offered consultations in Portugal without having his medical degree validated in the European country.
Each consultation costs up to 350 euros (approximately R $ 2,100).
In addition to promoting the services in Lisbon and Porto via social networks, Sorrentino also had a space dedicated to making appointments in Portugal on its website.
The page was however deleted on Friday (4) after the challenge. The doctor’s family have not commented on the case.
The name of Victor Sorrentino does not appear on the list of professionals authorized to legally practice medicine in Portugal. The Medical Association, the body that regulates the sector, confirmed the information.
Sorrentino is an advocate for the so-called early treatment of Covid-19 and has given interviews defending hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered ineffective for the disease.
The drugmakers themselves do not recommend use against the coronavirus, and, in October of last year, the World Health Organization conclusively and “strongly” contraindicated the use of the drug. drug for patients with Covid.