It was a phone in my pocket, claims doc­tor af­ter sex claim

The Daily Telegraph - - News -

An A& E doc­tor ac­cused of be­com­ing aroused when hug­ging fe­male col­leagues de­nied sex­ual mis­con­duct, claim­ing he had a mo­bile phone in his pocket.

Dr Mo­hammed Yasin, 30, was said to have been sex­u­ally aroused when he hugged a stu­dent nurse and health­care as­sis­tant at the New Cross Hos­pi­tal in Wolverhampton. He was also said to have moved his hands down their bod­ies and thrust against them.

But at a med­i­cal tri­bunal in Manch­ester Yasin claimed the women may have been con­fused, as he had a Nokia Candy­bar hand­set and car key fob which were al­ways in his trouser pocket. But the health­care as­sis­tant in­sisted: “I know the dif­fer­ence be­tween an erec­tion and a mo­bile phone”.

Yasin de­nies sex­ual mis­con­duct. The hear­ing con­tin­ues.

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