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