London Lite Tuesday, 4 August 2009 surgeon may be struck off over double chin disaster Milly:manquizzedoverredcar by georgina littlejohn cosmetic op by harley st doc left my skin dog-earedA HArley Street cosmetic surgeon left a woman with dog-eared skin after he botched a facelift to cure her double chin, a misconduct hearing was told. Armando Cason allegedly made an excessive cut and removed too much fat from Shirley Hillss neck during the operation at his private clinic. But when Mrs Hills complained about her lumpy, pleated skin he told her to massage it away, it is claimed. Mr Cason, who is said to have featured in Tatler Magazines 1997 guide to the best cosmetic surgeons in the world, later emigrated to America. Mrs Hills first went to see Mr Cason at his office at 10 Harley Street to cure her double chin on 26 January, 2006. After a 10-minute consultation, the surgeon recommended a face and neck lift, it is claimed. He failed to give her full information about the surgery, the General Medical Council heard. Mrs Hills did not see Mr Cason again until the morning of the 5,600 operation on 8 March at the Pountney Clinic at Highgate Hospital. The surgeon retired from the clinic in September 2007 and emigrated last year with his family. He is not attending his misconduct hearing and is not represented. In relation to the operation it is alleged Mr Casons actions were inappropriate, not in the best interests of the patient and below the standard expected of a plastic and cosmetic surgeon. Mrs Hills said she was horrified with her surgery. But Mr Cason alleg- edly dismissed her concerns, pulled out pre-op photographs and said: Well, you look better than you did before. Mrs Hills wrote to the clinic asking for a refund. She was given 2,500 but the clinic said surgery was in fact carried out with due care and attention. Mrs Hills took her complaint to the GMC. If Mr Cason is found guilty of mis- conduct he faces being struck off in Britain. The hearing continues. Inbrief coldplay tickets sold for $1 in us TICKETS for Coldplays US tour are being sold for just $1 (60p) as the band comes to the end of a 39- date run of shows which started in May. Tickets have a face value of between 20 and 60, but people are selling them on for a dollar, according to StubHub, the US ticketing arm of eBay. Other acts suffering a similar fate in America include U2, Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney. year of a mans life spent ogling MEN spend a year of their lives eyeing up women, a study has found. The research by Kodak Lens Vision Centres found that the average man ogles ten women every day, which adds up to an average of 45 minutes a day spent perving on the opposite sex. But women were found to be almost as bad, checking out up to six men a day for an average of 20 minutes, or six months of their lives. Horrified: Shirley Hills says she was told to massage away lumpy skin E Continued from Page 1 attending a police station. He is being questioned about the potential disposal of a red Daewoo Nexia car. It is understood that the man is not suspected to be directly involved in Millys unsolved murder. But detectives want to question him about the fate of the car. The Nexia was captured on CCTV in Walton-on-Thames minutes after the schoolgirl disappeared and Bellfield has since admitted driving it. The murder of Amanda Dowler, known as Milly, remains one of Britains most notorious unsolved crimes. She vanished while walking home from school, and six months later her remains were found 30 miles in Yateley Heath, Hampshire. Officers have been building a case against Bellfield, 41, since he was arrested by the Met in 2004 over other matters. He was told last year that he will die in jail after he was found guilty of murdering students Marsha McDonnell, 19, and Amelie Delagrange, 22. Bellfield was also convicted of the attempted murder of schoolgirl Kate Sheedy, 18. All the victims were attacked near bus stops in south-west London. H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html