In Alaska, a dentist is accused of fraud, unnecessarily sedating patients, and performing a dental procedure on a woman while riding a wheeled, motorized hoverboard, authorities say.
Seth Lookhart, 34, is charged with felony Medicaid fraud and reckless endangerment.
A former patient testified Wednesday at his trial that she was angered when an investigator showed her an unauthorized 2016 video of Lookhart extracting one of her teeth while she was sedated and he was riding the hoverboard. Veronica Wilhelm was "pretty livid" about the dentist's actions, she testified.
"When did Dr. Lookhart get your approval to take out your tooth on a hoverboard," prosecutor Joan Wilson asked in court.
"He never did. I obviously wouldn't have approved that. That's dangerous," Wilhelm said.
Wilhelm also was angered that Lookhart sedated her son for a teeth cleaning, she said.
Lookhart's defense attorney Paul Stockler described his client's actions as "absolutely stupid."