$40 fine for sobbing at doctor's office

A lady with a "rare condition" was shocked to see a $40 fee for sobbing on her itemised bill.

A "short emotional/behavioral evaluation" was charged along with a vision exam, haemoglobin test, health risk assessment, and capillary blood sample.

Camille Johnson, a YouTuber and online celebrity, shared the bill to Twitter on May 17 to express her displeasure at the absurd amount.

She noted that $40 was more than most of the tests done during the appointment.

"My sister has been sick and finally saw a doctor. $40 for sobbing "tweeted Johnson.

"She has an uncommon condition and has trouble finding care. She's frustrated and powerless, so she cried.

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