Doctor, 47, who performed sex act on work experience student faces being struck ...

A married NHS consultant physician who performed a sex act with a teenage work experience student and made unwanted sexual advances towards an undergraduate was today facing career ruin. 

Dr Shakil Malik, 47, engaged in an intimate act with the teenager, then 17, in a hotel room, sent her explicit text messages and even referred to her as 'Mrs Malik' after she obtained work experience under his supervision, a medical tribunal heard.

Later, the father-of-three chatted up an undergraduate, 22, who was studying medicine, and tried to get her to accompany him to a 'masterclass for doctors' conference by falsely passing her off as his junior, it was said. 

She refused the offer, claiming Malik had a 'creepy smile' which made her feel 'uncomfortable'. 

The two students, known as Miss A and Miss B, had been referred to Malik between October 2018 and August 2019 while he was working for the NHS in Manchester in geriatric rehabilitation and emergency medicine. 

Malik, from Bramhall near Stockport, was found guilty of sexually motivated misconduct at the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service in Manchester this week.

He now faces being struck off at a further disciplinary hearing in December.

Dr Shakil Malik (pictured) engaged in a sex act with a teenager, then 17, in a hotel room, sent her explicit text messages and even referred to her as 'Mrs Malik' after she obtained work experience under his supervision, a medical tribunal heard

Dr Shakil Malik (pictured) engaged in a sex act with a teenager, then 17, in a hotel room, sent her explicit text messages and even referred to her as 'Mrs Malik' after she obtained work experience under his supervision, a medical tribunal heard

Miss A was on placement at Fairfield Hospital in Bury, Greater Manchester when she said the doctor sent her inappropriate texts saying he 'wanted to kiss her and would never leave her'.

He would also refer to her as his 'wife, Mrs Malik' and a 'princess' — and even asked her to 'listen to her "hubby"'.

Malik sent Miss A a message on Facebook offering to buy her a birthday present, then transferred £66 to her bank account so she could treat herself. 

He later transferred £100 so she could book him a hotel room where they subsequently hooked up. Malik also sent Miss A graphic sexual texts. 

Miss B, who was studying medicine at Sheffield University and who had a boyfriend, claimed she was subjected to sexual advances in a meeting with Malik at his office on a 12-week work placement as part of her studies.

He invited her to attend the conference in London and sent an email to a sales representative arranging the event, adding she could not tell anyone about the invitation as it was 'confidential.' 

When told she was dating a male friend, the doctor was said to have told her: 'Is it serious? Do you live with him. Can I be your best friend? Every girl should be treated like a princess.' 

Two students, known as Miss A and Miss B, had been referred to Malik between October 2018 and August 2019 while he was working for the NHS in Manchester in geriatric rehabilitation and emergency medicine

Two students, known as Miss A and Miss B, had been referred to Malik between October 2018 and August 2019 while he was working for the NHS in Manchester in geriatric rehabilitation and emergency medicine

Malik  (pictured with his wife), from Bramhall near Stockport, was found guilty of sexually motivated misconduct at the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service in Manchester this week

Malik  (pictured with his wife), from Bramhall near Stockport, was found guilty of sexually motivated misconduct at the Medical Practitioners Tribunal

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