Goulet, left, presented himself as "doctor" to patients at six medical clinics and to radio listeners throughout South Florida.
An undercover investigation found Goulet treating people for sexual dysfunction, pain and other ailments despite not having a medical license. Detectives arrested him Monday and charged him with practicing medicine without a license.
Goulet's act apparently fooled South Floridians for years. In 1996, he was interviewed for a 1,600-word Miami Herald section-front story about male impotence. The story mentioned ads Goulet aired on the Steve Kane radio show, where Kane's wife marveled at how Goulet's treatments improved her husband's sexual performance.
Wonder if Goulet will give up the clinics and move to a full-time radio career. Perhaps a tribute show highlighting the music of Robert Goulet (left)?