Ethics commissioner “Doctor” Noel Kayo’s story is getting better every day. Pinched for allegedly patronizing a prostitute, or what police say he thought was a prostitute, the “doctor” who’s not licensed to practice in Connecticut could easily be clubbing with Steve Martin. Now here’s a novel idea, how about the Ethics Commission meeting at city clubs? Better than the dance the toothless tiger has done the past decade over a series of mayors. Or maybe Kayo is there for happy-ending CPR purposes? Will Kayo receive a KO from the Ethics Commission? City Council President Tom McCarthy wants Kayo’s resignation. See here.
CT Post reporters Brian Lockhart and Tara O’Neill dig deeper into “One wild and crazy guy.”
The health care nonprofit he runs is not properly registered with the state.
But his reputation for burning up dance floors in bars and nightclubs is well known throughout the region.
Whether it’s riding the mechanical bull at Johnny Utah’s in Norwalk or grooving on the dance floor at Toad’s Place in New Haven in a fluorescent fishnet T-shirt, Dr. Kayo likes to boogie.
At Brother Jimmy’s in Stamford he’s earned the moniker “Brother Jimmy’s mascot” because he’s such a flamboyantly consistent presence.
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