Doc ‘groped teenagers’ at bon­fire party

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A DOC­TOR groped two teenage girls at a fire­work dis­play, a court heard.

Anaes­thetist Niaz Ahmed is said to have tar­geted the young­sters while he was work­ing at a med­i­cal tent at a bon­fire event in South Ty­ne­side on Nov 5 last year.

New­cas­tle Crown Court heard the 53-year-old told the girls: “If you are look­ing for sex you have come to the right per­son”, and asked them if they would strip for him over Skype.

It is claimed he had told the girls and their friends his sex life with his wife was poor, that he was able to sat­isfy a woman, boasted about the size of his man­hood and made thrust­ing move­ments with his pelvis.

It is claimed the doc­tor also sim­u­lated sex and rubbed him­self against one teen girl and touched the up­per legs of an­other.

Pros­e­cu­tor Michael Hod­son told the court: “The two girls said they en­tered into ban­ter but the con­ver­sa­tion got out of hand.

“The man had said de­spite his age he was very good sex­u­ally and could sat­isfy a woman as he had a large pe­nis.”

Ahmed, of Cleadon, de­nies one charge of sex­ual as­sault and one of sex­ual ac­tiv­ity with a child.

The trial con­tin­ues.

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