By campbel thomas
Samir Asad, 63, assaulted the shocked victims during hospital check-ups.
One told how he tried to touch her privates after asking her to loosen her belt.
The 60-year-old mum of two said the Iraqi held her from behind “like a dance move” — then when she turned round he took her left breast in his hand. She told Kilmarnock Sheriff Court she also noticed the Iraqi’s zip was undone, adding: “I pulled away from him and said, ‘What are you trying to do?’ I asked him why he took my breast out of my bra and he said he didn’t.
“There were two people in that room, one of them was a liar.” The witness said she left the locum’s examination room at Crosshouse Hospital near Kilmarnock but a nurse told her to go back in.
She added: “I didn’t want to face him again, no way. I wanted to find out why he did that. The sister calmed me down but my husband was angry. He said to the doctor, ‘I’ll see you get your destiny.’ ” The other assault, on a 23-year-old, took place in 2008 at Hairmyres Hospital in East Kilbride.
Chest specialist Asad put a hand on her privates and held it there for “30 to 45 seconds”. He then sat her down and said: “That’s all.”
She only came forward after Asad, of Putney, London, was charged over the Crosshouse attack in 2010.
After his conviction, Asad’s later victim said she felt “elated”.
Sentence was deferred on the bailed pervert, who faces being struck off,
Source : thescottishsun