Some jobs require people to be extremely serious and tactful while dealing with the general public, but our cops, bank tellers, and butt doctors are still human beings -- and human beings can be huge jerks.
Historically, this has always been the case. The difference is that now, thanks to the wonders of technology, it's easier than ever for those trusted professionals to accidentally broadcast the shit they say behind our backs to all of civilization. This includes insults, perversion, and bales of racism. For example ...
Anesthesiologist Doesn't Know She's Being Recorded, Insults Patient's Penis
If you've ever gone in for surgery, you've definitely worried that one of the medical team will decide to take a look under your garments. It's only natural. Of course, it's completely ridiculous to think that a group of highly trained professionals are looking to snatch a peek at any ol' genitals that come their way. Or, at least, it used to be a ridiculous notion.
Worrying that he'd forget the post-operation instructions on what medications to take, etc., one man from Virginia went into a routine colonoscopy with the voice recorder on his smartphone running. However, while reviewing the tapes later, he discovered something horrific: what a colonoscopy sounds like. Also, the anesthesiologist making fun of the patient's junk and speculating that it was ridden with both syphilis and tuberculosis, only presumably stopping short of grabbing her plague doctor mask and quarantining the entire building.
The Washington Post
It's pretty clear who the biggest dick in the room was.
The tape also caught her calling the patient a "retard" for getting queasy during an injection, describing how she wanted to punch him in the face and "man [him] up a little bit" after talking to him for five minutes, and worst of all: making fun of him for being too nervous (the worst nightmare of a nervous person). After telling another doctor that he should get a fake page to avoid talking to the patient after the operation, the anesthesiologist laughs and says she'll write "hemorrhoids" on the patient's chart even though he didn't have them. That wasn't a joke, by the way -- she really did that.
Thousands of hemorrhoid convictions in the state of Virginia have been overturned because of this woman.