Women were filmed during examinations by sneak doc
A DOCTOR has admitted secretly filming women patients during medical examinations.
Dr Suhail Ahmed, 27, owned up to taking sneaky pics and video of at least eight women – some of whom have yet to be identified – while he was working at a hospital last year.
Ahmed pleaded guilty to 11 counts of voyeurism and denied one similar offence when he appeared at Exeter Crown Court.
All the charges allege that he recorded private acts without the consent of the women for his sexual gratification.
The charges he admitted allege that he filmed six named and two unnamed women between March and June 2012 at Devon’s Torbay Hospital.
He also admitted recording the private acts of unidentified women for his personal gratification between 2007 and June 2012.
He denied two counts of sexual assault by touching, which are alleged to have been shown on the secretly filmed footage. The judge adjourned the trial for four weeks as these cases are considered.
Ahmed, of Cardiff, – currently suspended from practice – was required to sign on the sex offender’s register before leaving court and is bailed till September.