THE COLD AIR SOOTHED MY PE­NIS

Phar­ma­cist ‘ac­cepted that he was en­gorged’

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GARAGE OUT­RAGE: Zan­gana rubbed cock near woman A PHAR­MA­CIST caught play­ing with him­self on a petrol fore­court told cops he was just rub­bing cream on his itchy willy.

A stunned cashier saw Alan Zan­gana, 33, fid­dle with him­self for ten min­utes while look­ing at a woman at the city cen­tre Tex­aco garage dur­ing rush hour.

When cops con­fronted him, he re­fused to con­fess – in­stead claim­ing he had been ap­ply­ing lo­tion and an­nounc­ing: “I am a trained phar­ma­cist.”

He said he had wanted his pe­nis to be “soothed by the cold air”.

Dis­ci­plinary panel chair­man Christo­pher Gib­son QC told the Gen­eral Phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal Coun­cil: “We sim­ply did not be­lieve Mr Zan­gana’s ac­count.

“He was play­ing with his pe­nis while de­lib­er­ately look­ing di­rectly at a fe­male mem­ber of the pub­lic who was only a few feet away. This was a brazen and de­lib­er­ate act of sex­ual im­pro­pri­ety.”

Zan­gana was handed a po­lice cau­tion for out­rag­ing pub­lic de­cency over the lewd Fe­bru­ary 2017 in­ci­dent.

But in­sist­ing on his in­no­cence, Zan­gana told the panel he just wanted his pe­nis to be “soothed by the cold air”.

The panel was told: “His case is that all he was do­ing was ap­ply­ing cream to his pe­nis be­cause it was caus­ing him pain, and he had no in­ten­tion that any­one else would see it.

“He ac­cepted that his pe­nis was ‘ en­gorged’ be­cause he was putting cream on it, but he de­nied that there was any­thing sex­ual about what he was do­ing.”

But the cashier said Zan­gana “could not have picked a bet­ter spot” to be seen and played with his pe­nis for up to 10 min­utes.

Zan­gana was caught in St Al­bans, Herts, where he worked for the Na­tional Phar­macy As­so­ci­a­tion. He con­tin­ues to work as an ed­u­ca­tion and train­ing phar­ma­cist.

The mar­ried phar­ma­cist, of Hemel Hemp­stead, Herts, was sus­pended from his pro­fes­sion for six months by the panel.

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