Zyad Younan is accused of stiffing the jiggle joint out of the whopping series of bills he racked up last November, the Manhattan Supreme Court suit says
A heart doctor was spreading the love at a West Side strip club to the tune of $135,000, court papers say.
Jersey cardiologist Zyad Younan is stiffing Scores New York on the whopping tab, saying he never stepped foot inside the mammary mecca — but if he did, he must have been drugged, court papers say.
“He was coherent until he saw the bill,” quipped Scores manager, Stephen Hyman.
Scores’ Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit paints the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital cardiologist as a repeat customer. He allegedly racked up the hefty bills during four trips to the W. 28th St. jiggle joint over a 10-day period last November.
Younan, 41, of Holmdel, N.J., “voluntarily came to plaintiff’s place of business and requested that plaintiff provide him with food, beverages and services,” the suit says. The frisky physician used his American Express card for his house calls, ringing up a total of $135,303 in charges, the suit says.