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The hospital worker refused to give up passwords to devices he owned and gave a 'no comment' interview, apart from saying that he had ‘ruined his life’.
A report revealed Jenkins took Mephedrone and had used Grindr on the day of the incident.
'There’s no evidence in this case to suggest his care of patients was in any way substandard.'He was working as a good and useful junior doctor.
He is on a path of remediation and that’s a path he will be on for some time.
'It would be fair to allow him continue and maintain his knowledge and skills and remain on the register.'The hearing continues.
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'Dr Jenkins is on a path and it would be fair to allow him to remain on that path.
He was a good useful doctor there’s no suggestion of patients care being compromised.
He told 'Liam' he 'wanted to slap him about a bit' and 'spit in his mouth' during sex and urged him to have sex without a condom because it was more natural.
A junior NHS doctor tried to incite a 13-year-old to have sex through the gay dating app Grindr after attending a drug-fuelled sex party when he finished his night shift at a psychiatric unit, a tribunal heard today.
Thomas Jenkins, 28, sent obscene pictures of himself over a two-day period, asking him how he lost his virginity and 'how do you like to be f*****?
'The public would be rightly appalled to think that this doctor had behaved in such a deplorable manner.'But Jenkins’s lawyer Alan Jenkins said his client presented as a 'sympathetic figure'.'Whilst the conviction is certainly serious it’s not the most serious.
'I don’t seek to minimise the seriousness of Dr Jenkins’s actions but he had not abused his position as a doctor.
Jenkins, who lives in a quayside flat in Manchester city centre, listed on the Sex Offenders Register after he was made to sign it for five years in April, when he admitted trying to incite a teenager to engage in sexual activity.