DOC TOLD WOMAN PA­TIENT TO BRING HIM SEX TOYS Ex­am­ined her and asked her for sex

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A PER­VERT doc­tor who told a pa­tient to bring SEX TOYS to his surgery and who wanted to give her PORN has been banned.

Gy­nae­col­o­gist Dr Iftekhar Ahmed, 51, even asked the woman if she wanted sex after per­form­ing an in­ti­mate ex­am­i­na­tion on her.

The mar­ried dad-of-two also watched the pa­tient un­dress at his surgery in Hud­der­s­field, West Yorks, and warned the woman not to tell any­one of his an­tics be­cause he would “be in trou­ble”.

The Med­i­cal Prac­ti­tion­ers Tri­bunal Ser­vice in Manch­ester heard how the woman, in her 40s, went to the Princess Royal health clinic for ad­vice about sex­ual health twice in Au­gust 2013 and Jan­uary 2015.

She was left shaken and em­bar­rassed as the doc quizzed her over her sex life, what sex toys she used and if he could look at them.

The woman said: “He started be­hav­ing strangely when I told him I didn’t have a boyfriend. He started ask­ing about my sex life and if I was hav­ing sex.

“I said I am hav­ing sex with some­one be­cause I didn’t want him to know I was on my own as I felt un­com­fort­able and wor­ried. RE­AL­ITY A-lis­ter Kim Kardashian was left feel­ing the CHILL as she en­joyed a lunch date with her fam­ily and friends.

Kim, 37, squeezed into a skin-tight black vest top for the out­ing. Her eye-pop­ping boobs looked sen­sa­tional but the ly­cra-style ma­te­rial left her nip­ples pok­ing through. BANNED: Iftekhar Ahmed do­ing the exam. I did not an­swer.”

The woman told how she saw Ahmed “star­ing at me when putting my clothes back on”.

Ahmed then ac­cessed her med­i­cal records to ob­tain her tele­phone num­ber and asked her more in­ap­pro­pri­ate ques­tions about her pri­vate life.

He also asked about in­stalling pornog­ra­phy on her PC at home.

The pa­tient said in her state­ment: “He said it was Dr Ahmed, and was it OK for him to come to my house to put porn on my lap­top.”

Ahmed did not at­tend the dis­ci­plinary hear­ing and was banned from the med­i­cal reg­is­ter for life.

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