’10 minutes of madness’: pharmacist struck off for sexual assault

A British pharmacist has been struck off the UK’s pharmacy register after being convicted of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old who had come to the pharmacy seeking emergency contraception. Satwant Singh Popley claimed that his “sexual immaturity” and an “unusual family dynamic” were factors which influenced his assault on the girl, in what his lawyer characterised

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