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General Medical Council (GMC) lawyer Sharon Beatties told the hearing 'Liam' claimed to have met people before on Grindr, which is targeted at ‘gay, bi, curious and queer men’.'Liam said he had a boyfriend in the year above and that he had met a couple of guys on the site,' she said.
'Some minutes later Dr Jenkins sent seven pictures of an indecent nature, in some instances of an obscene nature to Liam who he believed was 13.'They are photographs sent of himself in various states both physical and in states of undress.
' after contacting him on Grindr, the hearing was told.
Jenkins was arrested at his workplace in Wrexham, North Wales, after it transpired the 'boy' was in fact an undercover police officer assigned to track down online paedophiles.
'The conversation ended because Liam said he wanted to go for his tea.'Police were able to find Dr Jenkins because of the information he provided and he was arrested at his workplace which was at a psychiatric unit in Wrexham.'He was interviewed by the police and made no comment safe to say he had ruined his life.
'He was asked for passwords for his phone or any electrical devices he had but made no comment and didn’t provide them.'As is normal a pre sentence report is prepared also as is usual there was a risk assessment prepared.'In essence, the doctor said he had been using drugs, mephedrone, that he had been on Grindr, that he had been working overnight he returned from work and went on the Grindr app, went to a sex party, came home and contacted another male, had sex with him, spent the night with him, used more drugs and went on to the Grindr app again where he had the contact with the boy.'This doctor has been convicted of a serious offence of attempting to groom someone he believed to be 13 years of age.
You should be 18 or plus to use our dating service.He also urged the boy to have sex without a condom as it was more natural.'The doctor then said what he would like to do to him.He said he wanted to use his holes, spit in his mouth and slap him about a bit.'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.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.