You probably remember the Polish dentist story that made media rounds over a week ago, right? You know; the one where she pulled her ex-boyfriend's teeth out to seek revenge? It seems the story has no basis whatsoever. An MSNBC contributor did some research and learned some interesting details.
According to a report from Yahoo, MSNBC contributor Erin Tennant did her best to find out if there was any truth to this story whatsoever. What she learned will no doubt entertain you.
First of all, the agency reportedly investigating the case of the dentist is not investigating any such case, and Poland's Chamber of Physicians and Dentists has no evidence of an investigation either. Furthermore, the chamber has no record of a dentist named Anna Ma?kowiak on their register.
The story's origin is a British tabloid paper called Britain's Daily Mail, and when Tennant asked its writer, Simon Tomlinson, about the source of the Polish dentist story, he said, "I've drawn a bit of a blank."
So does this truly mean that no Polish dentist ever sought revenge for being a jilted lover? No dentist pulled all of her ex-boyfriend's teeth in the ultimate show of revenge?
It seems that's exactly what it means. And thanks to MSNBC contributor Erin Tennant, the old adage "Don't believe everything you read," suddenly takes on a whole new meaning, too.
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