Midweek Sport - - SPORT - By NEIL GOOD­WIN

A MAR­RIED GP was se­cretly taped say­ing “thank you” af­ter al­legedly re­ceiv­ing oral sex from a pa­tient dur­ing a home visit.

The fe­male pa­tient claims she made sev­eral record­ings on her mo­bile phone as she per­formed sex acts on Dr Si­mon Haydn Robin­son, a dis­ci­plinary hear­ing was told.

The doc­tor, of the Cam­brian Surgery in Oswestry, Shrops, is al­leged to have had a 16-month af­fair un­til Novem­ber last year.

He de­nies the claims and says the woman, known as Pa­tient A, added the sounds of them do­ing in­ti­mate and sex­ual acts to the record­ings.

Pa­tient A says the re­la­tion­ship be­gan in July 2009 when he kissed her dur­ing a rou­tine ap­point­ment.


She says he asked her to re­turn the next day – her birth­day – and kissed her again.

The re­la­tion­ship is then said to have con­tin­ued, with the cou­ple meet­ing reg­u­larly and Pa­tient A per­form­ing oral sex on the GP.

The dis­ci­plinary hear­ing

in Manch­ester had pre­vi­ously heard the meet­ings never in­cluded full in­ter­course as Dr Robin­son said that would be “too far” for a mar­ried man.

An­drew Hock­ton, coun­sel for the de­fence, asked Pa­tient A: “You wanted a closer re­la­tion­ship to this doc­tor than was the case” – which she de­nied.

Asked why she shopped near to where Dr Robin­son lived with his wife Cather­ine, even though it was nine miles from her home, she replied: “I pre­fer that su­per­mar­ket.”

Mr Hock­ton added: “The fact that you com­plained about this doc­tor is be­cause you re­alised that he wasn’t go­ing to en­ter into the kind of fan­tasy re­la­tion­ship that you wanted.”

Mr Hock­ton told the hear­ing that dur­ing one six month pe­riod the pa­tient had 28 ap­point­ments with the doc­tor and the fol­low­ing year had 26 con­sul­ta­tions.

The Gen­eral Med­i­cal Coun­cil hear­ing con­tin­ues.

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