I get what you're saying, but think about it as a whole experience, not just what he went through in the two minutes we saw recorded. Every news outlet, social media outlet, every person he knows, every person he doesn't even know saw his naked chest as his limp body was dragged down an aisle with his glasses askew and blood dripping from his mouth, filmed from multiple angles. His coworkers, his superiors, his staff, his family, his friends, his mentors, his clients, his neighbors, etc...everyone has seen this embarrassing experience from multiple angles. Everyone has seen him rambling all bloodied when he ran back onto the plane in confusion. People are commenting on his ability to be a physician. People are attacking his character. He may lose clients and also be unable to obtain new clients. Not to mention all of the comments, the delving into and massive publishing of his past situations and mental health issues. This is all so traumatizing to experience. Certain cultures would take even more shame from something like this occurring. We have no idea what all it has entailed for him but it seems truly horrifying IMO.