By Mark Edgemon

Chad Emtaya, a handsome, plastic surgeon, specializing in breast enlargements, opened his practice in a very plush office overlooking the city of Los Angeles. Business was slow, due to the fact that he was in a very competitive business. Month after month, he found it hard to pay the sky high lease payments and so he became desperate to scare up business before he was out of business.

He started frequenting the elite clubs, looking for vain women he could prey upon as potential prospective clients.

One by one, he would start up conversations with beautiful women, that he would eventually take back to his apartment and during the course of the evening, throughout romantic interludes, make comments about his dates breast sizes. Being vain, the women started having work done to increase their breast sizes through his practice.

Soon, he was at the top of his game. He had all the business he could handle. He also had dozens of women who expected a relationship with him. In a class action lawsuit, the soon jilted women, took the scam public, causing Chad to lose his medical license and his reputation and in the end, not only did he lose all the money he had made, but owed millions besides.

Now, as a mail clerk in the neighboring insurance company, he continued to keep a breast of the industry.

Moral: Treating people as merchandise will bring an unexpected reversal of fortunes.

Copyright 2008 Mark Edgemon

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