I recently saw a commenter on another forum ask, "Dr. Buon Rossi?" in response to someone mentioning this Dr. Rossi. He then went on to make what appeared to be critical remarks about the doctor.
I don't know how fluent this commenter is in Italian, if at all, but assuming he's fluent, how would his question sound to a native Italian speaker? Is he addressing Dr. Rossi with a term of respect, such as an English speaker saying, "The good Dr. Rossi?" Or is he being snide?
I know nobody can read his mind and discern his true intent. I'm simply asking how that question would likely be perceived by an Italian.