Police: Fake doctor injected cement into woman's buttocks

Woman used Fix-A-Flat, super glue in procedures

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. - A Miami Gardens man was arrested Friday, accused of injecting a substance containing cement, a tire sealant and other substances into a woman's buttocks.  

Miami Gardens police said that in May, a woman who wanted buttock injections for her appearance went to a Miami Gardens home for the procedure. 

"They agree on a price of $700 for him to enhance her buttocks," said Miami Gardens police Sgt. Bill Bamford. 

Police said Oneal Ron Morris, 30, injected a substance consisting of cement, Fix-A-Flat, mineral oil and superglue into the woman's buttocks and then sealed the incision with superglue. 

"I think it's crazy," Bamford said. "Most definitely life-threatening." 

Police said Morris is not a doctor. The patient ended up developing medical issues and went to two South Florida hospitals. She eventually drove to Tampa General, where she was treated for pain, pneumonia and a MRSA infection. 

"That cocktail had serious complications and serious effects on this young lady," Bamford said. 

Police arrested Morris in Fort Lauderdale on charges of practicing without a license and causing bodily harm. 

"If you're going to have medical procedures done, find a licensed physician, go to a licensed facility and get the proper medical treatment," Bamford said. 

Morris bonded out of jail late Friday night.

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