Dr Syed Bukhari (pictured) has now been struck off after he repeatedly groped a patient's breasts
A married doctor who repeatedly groped a patient's breasts after she complained of chest pains has been struck off.
Dr Syed Bukhari, 35, moved from Pakistan to work for the NHS and molested the 28-year-old woman twice in two days.
The woman was being treated for palpitations and told him she was suffering from chest pains when he 'targeted' her at work.
She was left embarrassed and distressed by the incidents at Wishaw General Hospital in Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Bukhari also gave her his email address and told her: 'We'll be friends for ever.'
But the patient said: 'I felt very uncomfortable and nervous. I was quite tearful and upset. You put your trust in a doctor.'
Bukhari, who arrived in Britain with his college student wife in 2010, was reported to police but the charges against him were found not proven following a trial at Hamilton Sheriff Court in 2015.
However, he was ordered to face a disciplinary tribunal by the General Medical Council.
The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) in Manchester found him guilty of the charges in June and at a further hearing this week he was struck off the medical register.
The hearing was told the loss of his medical career would mean he could be deported to his native Pakistan by the Home Office.
The incidents occurred in July 2013 when the woman, known as Patient A, had been admitted to the casualty department.
She was in bed wearing pyjamas when Bukhari - who had been a doctor at the hospital for 14 months - closed the curtains around her to examine her.
Patient A said: 'Dr Bukhari asked me to sit back then proceeded to lift up my pyjama top exposing my breasts.
'He then moved his hands from the centre of my chest and proceeded to cup both my breasts with his hands and moved his hands in a circular motion.
'It felt as though Dr Bukhari was massaging them. He then