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Less Than 12 Hours After Turtleboy Issued Ultimatum Dermatologist Apologizes For Parking In Handicapped Spot At Providence Mall And Donates To Gary Balletto’s Charity

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Earlier today I outed the liposuction dermatologist who parked in a handicapped spot at the Providence Place Mall, preventing former Cranston boxer Gary Belletto from getting into his minivan.

I said that we’d call off the dogs if he just apologized, because what else can he do? He fucked up, and at Turtleboy Sports we just want people to learn from their mistakes so the world can become a better place. But a big part of that is admitting you did something wrong and making amends. We gave him 48 hours to do it, but he only needed 12:

Former boxing champion Gary “Tiger” Balletto and Cranston native told NBC 10 News the driver of a Jeep that parked in a handicapped spot and blocked access to his adaptive van at the Providence Place Mall has called and apologized. “He was a gentleman,” Balletto said Tuesday. “He apologized sincerely. He understood the inconvenience it caused me and my family.” After speaking, Balletto said he has mutual friends with the Jeep driver and was even at Balletto’s last fight. In addition to the apology, he pledged a donation to the Gary “Tiger” Balletto foundation, which raises money to help people with spinal cord injuries.

“This foundation we started about a year and a half ago and we raised already over $100,000 and we’re building an adaptive gym in Cranston, RI,” said Balletto.

Balletto said he is glad the post has been able to help raise awareness for the handicapped.

I gotta give it to the guy – that’s how you step up when you make a mistake. Not only did he apologize, he also volunteered to make a charitable donation towards Balletto’s foundation, and as a result he learned a valuable lesson and the world is a better place. Perhaps in the future people who would be inclined to park in a handicapped spot would reconsider after reading the blog.

But please, tell me more about how evil Turtleboy is for publicly shaming people. This is the PERFECT example of the good we do for the world by publicly shaming people. It’s not always pretty, but we do it for a reason – to make the world a better place. One ratchet at a time.

If you gave a negative review to the liposuction dermatologist’s company’s work page, we strongly urge you to go back and take it down. Not only because he did the right thing, but because his company has nothing to do with his actions during his private life, and he has three kids and shouldn’t lose his job because he made a bad mistake.

18 Comment(s)
  • Nicky Nguyen
    November 28, 2018 at 10:39 am

    I still think his wife did it

  • randiguy2006
    Randall Guy
    November 28, 2018 at 10:09 am

    Basically you extorted money from this guy so people would leave his business alone. And you got a phony apology.

    Which is just what all the SJWs do when they get triggered.

    Congrats. I guess.

    • XXX
      November 28, 2018 at 11:02 am

      All junkies should be slaughtered and incinerated.

  • murdochpatsymcreynolds
    Dr Quack
    November 28, 2018 at 9:32 am

    It wasn’t a mistake, it was intentional. Mistakes are unintentional errors, like dialing a wrong number. This was a deliberate act. He probably does this all the time. Fuck this scumbag.

  • z
    November 28, 2018 at 7:13 am

    I would have used “I’m a doctor and I was called to the mall for a medical emergency”.

    “What kind of Doctor are you?”

    “A dermatologist”.

    “What’s the medical emergency?”

    “A 45 year old woman patient that I lipo on a regular basis said her 14 year old daughter called from the mall and said she had a zit. I came running.”

  • Burt Hurtensteiner
    November 28, 2018 at 7:09 am

    When did SST become a SJW? Who cares about this?

    More rachets please…

  • Getting old
    November 28, 2018 at 7:09 am

    So now anyone who wrote a bad review should go back and take it down. One day it’s “whatever you do, don’t go and write a nasty review to their business followed by a link to the business. Now it’s if you wrote one you should take it down. How about stop telling people to “not” write reviews (which we all of us know, means that is exactly what you want us to do.) seems like this blog is contradicting its self a lot lately.

  • Muh, muh, muh Mistake?
    November 28, 2018 at 5:41 am

    “Made a mistake”
    If you forget to put a dryer sheet in before you start a load, that’s a mistake. If you grab the pepper shaker when you meant to grab the salt, you made a mistake. If you park your car in a marked-off area reserved for handicap vehicle access, you did NOT make a mistake. There is no one who can operate a motor vehicle that is not aware of the fact that handicapped parking spaces exist. Everybody, and I mean everybody knows what the fuck those are. They are clearly marked and they are also marked the exact same way in every other country I have ever been to. This motherfucker knew exactly what he was doing when he parked there. He didn’t make a motherfucking mistake, he chose to park there because he felt he could get away with it. Sure, he apologized, good for him. What are the odds he apologizes without the public shaming he received? My guess is he wouldn’t have apologized. But whatever, that’s not the point. The point is this was not a mistake. Classifying people’s actions in a manner that suggests that the act was no big deal is just plain stupid. Call this what it was: he violated a parking ordinance, got called out for it, and promptly apologized. No “mistake” was made.

    • Someone’s Triggered
      November 28, 2018 at 8:01 am

      You’re no better than any other virtue signaler looking to be outraged about something. 

    • James Reason
      November 28, 2018 at 9:20 am

      Muh is (somewhat) correct. Humans make 5-7 mistakes (errors) an hour. This was clearly a violation, intentional willful misconduct. The consequences of violations should be painful. He was publicly shamed, embarrased but at least he apologized.

    • Get over it
      November 28, 2018 at 9:24 am

      Justice has been served. Sorry if this disappoints you.

    • Randall A. Sexually Fluid Guy
      November 28, 2018 at 12:35 pm

      Too long didn’t read.

      You need to work on your paragraph form

  • Meh
    November 28, 2018 at 12:54 am

    It was the Facebook post not Turtleboy.

    • SMH
      November 28, 2018 at 7:11 am


    • Burt Hurtensteiner
      November 28, 2018 at 7:11 am

      Lol. But TBS did bring down that hot state trooper…

    • Dick LaBone
      November 28, 2018 at 9:47 am

      And how did the story get on Facefuck?

      • Hjc
        November 28, 2018 at 10:44 am

        Gary Balletto the handicap man is the person who made the Facebook post about this incident.

        • Dick LaBone
          November 28, 2018 at 12:02 pm

          Thank you…

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