A Peculiar Medical Condition

I highlight for those looking for it, another embodiment of the biomedical condition. From the recent public questioning of one of the final monarchies and his peculiar relationship with one known, convicted, and now dead billionaire sex offender. Explaining how he knows to be false an allegation against him of sexual misconduct with a minor, he emphasizes “a peculiar medical condition” of which he is once and future sufferer. I quote in full, verbatim.

Q. So you’re absolutely certain about being home on the tenth of March?

A. Yes.

Q. She was very specific about that night. She described dancing with you and you profusely sweating and that she went on to have a bath possibly.

A. There’s a—there’s a—there’s a slight problem with—with—with—with—with the sweating, um, because, uh, I—I—I have a peculiar m-medical condition which is that I don’t sweat or I didn’t sweat at the time and that was — or was she? — yes, I didn’t sweat at the time because I, um, h-h-had suffered from what I would describe as an overdose of adrenaline in the Falklands War when I was shot at and, uh, I simply, it was—it was—it was—it was almost impossible for me t-to sweat. And it’s only because I have done a number of things in the recent past that I’m starting to be able to do that again. So I’m afraid to say that—that—that—that—that there is a medical condition that says I didn’t do it so therefore…

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