A DOCTOR faces being struck off after he had an affair with a 17-year-old student and made sexual advances towards another.
Married Dr Shakil Malik, 47, engaged in sex acts with the teenager and sent her explicit text messages.
He asked her to send a picture “without your gown” and offered to give her a “bum massage”.
Malik also sent her £66 for her birthday and £100 to book a hotel room where they met.
He said in a message she could do her “favourite suction”.
The dad of three also tried to get a student, aged 22, to go with him to a conference.
But she refused and said he had a “creepy smile”, a Manchester tribunal heard.
Malik admitted a fling with Miss A but denied making sexual remarks towards Miss B and claimed he was a “victim of feminine wiles”.
But the consultant physician was found guilty of misconduct at a Medical Practitioners Tribunal.
Chairman Graham White said: “Such sexually motivated behaviour . . . amounts to an abuse of a position of power and he has brought the medical profession into disrepute.”
Malik, of Bramhall, Gtr Manchester, faces being struck off at a December hearing.
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