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With the use of modern technology, people can date via telephone or computer or meet in person.Dating may also involve two or more people who have already decided that they share romantic or sexual feelings toward each other.He then said he was not happy in his marriage and wanted an affair.'Shortly afterwards Miss A was in the ward kitchen when he entered the room and closed the door behind him.He asked whether she had a thyroid problem before feeling her neck.'She was backed into the corner when the registrant touched her chest at the top where her breasts start.Qureshi admitted he made a misjudgement but said 'cultural norms' were different in the UK to his native Pakistan and he failed to spot a 'red light' warning him to make no advances towards the victim.In June 2016 the father-of-two was ordered to sign the Sex Offender Register for five years after he was convicted of sexual assault by a jury.She said he put his fingers there for a few seconds before she pushed them away.'Miss A says she held her hand up to signal for him to move away and told him he was a disgrace.
'The Tribunal concluded there is a low but nevertheless not insignificant risk of harm to another individual by a repetition of your behaviour.'But the tribunal said erasing Qureshi's name from the Medical Register would be disproportionate, punitive and not in the public interest.At around 3pm she asked the doctor to retrieve some patient notes to which he replied: 'I don't want to get it yet, I want to spend some time with you'.Counsel for the General Medical Council Rebecca Vanstone, added: 'He told Miss A she was beautiful and asked whether she had a boyfriend.The student nurse said she was 'shaken up and distraught' and told a tribunal the incident affected her studies and left her unable to trust male colleagues.The woman, referred to as Miss A, said Qureshi - who was working as a locum senior house officer - grabbed her chest for two seconds before trying to 'make light' of it then becoming aggressive.