Everyone in the private room was stunned as they looked at the floor covered in yellow piss Their mouths hung open in astonishment and disbelief.
The young man, in particular, stood frozen, his face drained of color. He couldn’t believe he had lost control of his bladder by just pressing two points!
The most embarrassing part was that people were staring at him.
“Ah-!” After a brief moment of shock, the young man screamed.
He fled the room, clutching his crotch. Every step he took left a piss–stained footprint.
The others looked on with strange expressions, the corners of their eyes twitching.
It wasn’t just embarrassing for him; it was utterly mortifying.
“Dustin! What exactly did you do to Jake to make him that way?” Vivian snapped. She rose from
How dare a mere country doctor humiliate a scion of a prestigious family? It was nothing short of
-a horrible offense.
“I told you, he has weak kidneys. But you wouldn’t believe it. You insisted on proof, so there you
- go. He really has weak kidneys.”
“You…” Vivian was rendered speechless.
They just wanted to make things difficult for Dustin and embarrass him. Who knew that it would
backfire on one of them instead?
“Hmph! You used unusual methods to trick us!” Evan’s gaze was hostile.
Jake was his friend. It was natural for him to be upset that Jake had been humiliated.
“What? You don’t believe me either? Why don’t I give you a check–up next?” Dustin turned his
attention to Evan.
Evan instinctively recoiled. What happened to Jake was still fresh in his mind.
Although he didn’t know how Dustin did it, he wouldn’t take the risk himself.
“I don’t believe it! Diagnose me next if you have the guts!”
Vivian was defiant. She placed her arm on the table in a challenge to Dustin.
She never believed in traditional medicine, especially Dustin’s ability to diagnose them with a
quick glance. Plainly speaking, it was just a shady trick.
“Your condition is worse.”
Dustin observed her carefully and said, “Your breathing is uneven and abnormal. You’re easily irritable and seem mentally fatigued. If I’m not mistaken, you should be having issues with yo lungs.”
“Get to the point. What’s wrong with my lungs? Why don’t I feel anything?”
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“You have lung cancer,” Dustin answered bluntly
“Lung cancer Hah! What a load of crap!” Vivian snorted in disdain.
“I don’t smoke. How can I have lung cancer? Before you make up a lie, at least make sure you come up with a more believable excuse!”
“That’s right! Vivian has always taken care of her health. She gets a full body check–up every six months. There’s no way she’s sick. Stop scaring people with your lies!”
“Traditional medicine? Please, it’s clearly a scam. You got exposed so quickly!”
Everyone looked at him in disdain. All of them knew that Vivian went for medical examinations
If she had any illnesses, it would have been discovered long ago.
“Not smoking doesn’t mean you won’t get lung cancer. You could have inhaled toxic gasses, or it could even be a genetic predisposition.”
Dustin remained unfazed. “A word of advice. It’d be best if you get checked out at the hospital sooner. Otherwise, you might regret it when it’s too late.”
“Hah! Did you really think I’m going to believe your nonsense? Do you think you’re some miracle
doctor?” Vivian sneered.
How dare a country bumpkin who hadn’t even attended university show off in front of her? “Suit yourself.” Dustin stopped talking and sipped his tea