A paedophile junior doctor who was caught by an undercover police officer attempting to groom an underage boy has been struck off the medical register. Thomas Jenkins, 28, logged onto gay dating app Grindr and asked user Liam, who he thought was 13, for sex. But it was the police officer and Jenkins, who lives in Manchester, was arrested at Wrexham Maelor Hospital. He admitted inciting a boy of 13 to engage in sexual activity at Manchester Crown Court in April. A judge ordered him to take part in a sex offenders' programme for three years and he was placed on the sex offenders register for five years. A hearing of the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service was told Jenkins, who qualified as a doctor at Cardiff University two years ago, started a conversation with Liam in March.
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James Christopher Evans' victim left his front door open expecting sex, but ended up so scared, he jumped out of a window in his underwear. A man who left his front door open for a sexual encounter with a stranger on a gay dating app ended up being attacked and burgled. Richard Corden was so frightened, he jumped out of a first floor window in his underwear to escape James Christopher Evans who he'd arranged to meet via the website, Fab Guys. Badly injured, Mr Corden sought help from a neighbour just after the incident at around 5. Evans of Bryn Gwenfro, Tanyfron near Wrexham admitted burglary with violence and assault at an earlier hearing and was jailed for four years. Judge Niclas Parry, sitting at Mold Crown Court, said that the facts of the case were not only "highly unusual" but "extremely worrying. Evans identified his victim as vulnerable, a man who had advertised for company on a site for gay men.
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The panel decided Matthew Alpin had been unfairly dismissed over the incident with the boys, aged The governors of the school were concerned about safeguarding issues and held a meeting with the local education authority where an investigation was launched. He was accused of "behaviour bringing the school into disrepute, conduct incompatible with the role of the headteacher both which seriously undermined the trust and confidence of the school in its headteacher".
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