A GYNAECOLOGIST in Singapore has been suspended from his practice for two years for having sexual relations with a female patient and divulging infomation about other patients to the woman.
He also altered the records of these patients without permission, according to Sin Chew Daily. His suspension is effective from February last year.
The daily reported that the 44-year-old doctor, who specialised in in-vitro fertilisation, had committed the offences between April 2003 and March 2005.
He was also reported to have bribed the female patient with about RM216,000 after she threatened to reveal their affair to his wife.
He left Singapore in December 2005 to practise in London where he was also suspended in January this year.
> China Press reported that two high-ranking police officers and seven professionals were arrested during a drug party at a home in Ampang on Monday.
The police officers were reported to be from Bukit Aman and the Puchong district police station.
They were busted at about 10pm at a condominium unit where drugs like ganja and Ecstasy were found. The suspects, seven males and a female, are aged between 20 and 40.
The daily reported that police were investigating the source of the drugs and if sexual activities had taken place at the party.
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