🛩️💥 Doctor “Sperminator” Goes Out With a Bang, Mid-Air Plane Crash Brings Down Fertility Fraud Suspect 😮💨
Dr. Morris Wortman, a 72-year-old gynecologist, bit the dust in an unfortunate plane crash in upstate New York. The doc was entangled in accusations of using his own, personal gene juice to inseminate some of his patients, a practice cheekily dubbed “fertility fraud.” The plane, lovingly crafted by its pilot, Earl Luce, apparently disintegrated mid-air, killing both men. But hey, at least they went out with a bang, right? 💥
Don’t you just hate it when your plane wings decide to take a solo trip without the fuselage? 🤔 So does Dr. Morris Wortman, or rather, he did. The 72-year-old gynecologist accused of playing baby daddy roulette with his own baby batter (oops! 🤷♂️) met his untimely demise in a small plane crash in upstate New York. His fellow passenger, 70-year-old Earl Luce, who claimed to have meticulously built the now-demolished aircraft by hand, also perished in the crash.
According to the county Sheriff, the plane’s wings thought it would be fun to have an impromptu separation from the body of the plane, landing in an orchard like a pair of metallic, aeronautical Adam and Eve. 🍎🍃 Witnesses report a disbelief of seeing a plane disintegrate mid-air, initially mistaking the spectacle for an adventurous skydive.
Now, Dr. Wortman was quite the celebrity in Rochester, having run a fertility clinic and enduring threats from militant anti-abortion protesters back in the 2000s. His fame took a rather… peculiar turn, however, when he became a suspect in an odd case of “fertility fraud.” 🍼💼
One of his former patients, Morgan Hellquist, claimed that the doc did a bit of a switcheroo on her mother in 1985. According to Hellquist, Wortman had promised a local med student’s swimmers, but delivered his own, swimming undercover. 🏊♂️🕵️♂️
After years of suspicion and genetic detective work, Hellquist managed to link her DNA with Wortman’s, opening a pandora’s box of about nine half-siblings. Could you imagine? One minute you’re seeking answers about your medical history, the next minute, boom, you’re in the middle of your very own episode of “The Jerry Springer Show.” 📺💥
Pending in a county court at the time of Wortman’s death, the lawsuit seeks punitive damages, accusing the doc of crossing all bounds of decency. But hey, guess Mother Nature already served her version of punitive damages, huh?
With the doc now gone, it leaves the case and the aggrieved in a state of suspended animation. So, what happens next in this modern-day soap opera? 🎭 Does the case go on without Wortman or does it die with him? What do you think about this practice of “fertility fraud” – a simple case of ends justifying the means, or a scandalous breach of trust? Do share your thoughts, because it seems like the saga of Doctor “Sperminator” Wortman isn’t over just yet! 💭