TLC’s “I Am Jazz,” which centers around a male teen with gender dysphoria who has transitioned to being a female has been a hit, but it would appear that the show’s featured surgeon whom Jazz has consulted with has been fired from his position after he was caught doing some unethical things.

According to the Trans Advocate, Miami surgeon Dr. Christopher Salgado used to work at the University of Miami, but has been terminated since it was discovered that he posted disturbing pictures of his patients genitals online. The following quotes contain language and morbid descriptions:

It’s hard to say exactly when Dr. Christopher Salgado, board certified and celebrated genital reconstruction surgeon, started to post questionable things on his Instagram account (@sexsurgeon). The account was taken down after the first complaints and deleted shortly thereafter, but he may have started as early as October 2018. During this time Dr. Salgado posted multiple pictures of himself in surgery, including one for Valentine’s Day in which he posed the patient’s dissected penis into the shape of a heart and added the hashtag #whatthefuckisthat.

Other posts were similar. On the image of a man who needed jaw reconstruction surgery, he tagged #eatingpussy101. In posts discussing penile enhancement, he tagged #grandebicho, #bigfatdick, and #asiancock. In still another, discussing his use of a specific surgical technique for phalloplasty implants, he called the patient an “implant cripple” and used the tag #boners. Then there’s the post with an image of a dildo removed from a rectum, which Salgado asserted, “could have been avoided if the transman had a real phalloplasty”, and added the tags #rectumraiders and #realdicksmatter.

The University would not comment on the accusations against Salgado, but did tell Trans Advocate that he was no longer an employee there.

“The University of Miami does not comment on the detailed status of employees. However, we can confirm that Dr. Christopher Salgado is no longer employed by the University of Miami. We continue to have a team of experts providing the full continuum of care for gender reassignment patients.”

(h/t: Daily Caller)