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The surgeon was charged by the Victoria Police in September 2018 for the & # 39; stealth & # 39; incident, the removal of a condom without the consent of the other person, which took place in 2017 (stock)

Top surgeon accused of rape & # 39; after shedding his condom during gay sex romp with a fellow doctor & # 39; will be allowed to continue to practice medicine

  • The male surgeon accused of rape and assault in September last year
  • The doctor told the surgeon that he would not have sex without a condom
  • Claimed the best surgeon removed the condom because it feels & # 39; feels better & # 39;
  • His medical license was suspended but was successfully destroyed
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A Victorian surgeon charged with raping a doctor after allegedly removing a condom during sex without his permission may continue to practice, a tribunal says.

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The male surgeon was accused in September of last year of rape and assault against the alleged incident with the male doctor in mid-2017.

The incident varied after the two went out to dinner and then had sex at the doctor's house.

The surgeon was charged by the Victoria Police in September 2018 for the & # 39; stealth & # 39; incident, the removal of a condom without the consent of the other person, which took place in 2017 (stock)

The surgeon was charged by the Victoria Police in September 2018 for the & # 39; stealth & # 39; incident, the removal of a condom without the consent of the other person, which took place in 2017 (stock)

The surgeon assured him that he would use a condom, but the doctor discovered that he had removed it during sexual intercourse and & # 39; very upset & # 39; became.

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When he asked the surgeon why, he replied that it feels & # 39; feels better & # 39 ;, the tribunal was told.

The doctor claimed that the surgeon had reassured him that his health was not in danger, even though he had unprotected sex with other men only six weeks earlier.

The surgeon had also admitted earlier at dinner that he was taking medication to reduce his risk of HIV infection, to which the doctor replied that he saw it as an added safety net and would always use a condom.

With the feeling & # 39; very upset and worried & # 39; after unprotected sex, the doctor reported the matter to the police.

The surgeon informed Australia's medical council about the allegations and said he would fight them.

The doctor told the surgeon that he would not have sex without a condom (supply)
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The doctor told the surgeon that he would not have sex without a condom (supply)

The doctor told the surgeon that he would not have sex without a condom (supply)

The board subsequently suspended him to practice in November 2018, and described the alleged behavior as & # 39; blatant & # 39; and said it would undermine confidence in the medical profession if the public were aware of the alleged circumstances.

However, the surgeon successfully rescinded the suspension at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which decided by majority that the immediate action was not in the public interest.

The tribunal said while the allegations & # 39; serious & # 39; are still to be tested in court and it may take at least a year before the complaint is dealt with.

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It also said that there is no evidence that immediate suspension is justified based on the fact that the surgeon poses a serious risk to others.

The medical council is fighting the VCAT ruling, with a supreme court case in July.

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