THE HORNY DENTIST

A married dentist who pinned a woman down and undid his trousers while asking ‘Do you want to see the goods?’ was kicked out of the profession.

Roger Klein, 42, burst into the horrified woman’s bedroom telling her ‘I’m feeling really horny’ before saying he was going to ‘lick her nipple’.

Shamed Klein was struck off the General Dental Council today for conduct that was incompatible with his name remaining on the dentist’s register.’

Andrew Hockton, representing Klein, claimed earlier the woman offered him sex a few days before in a series of late night drunken phone calls while out drinking with an employee at the practice.

The woman, referred to as LJ, had suggested he tell his wife he had been called out to see a patient, the panel heard.

‘They indicated that one of them was having sex with a taxi driver and Mr Klein could join both of them and have sex with them that evening,’ said Mr Hockton.

A few days after the phone calls in April 2009, Klein visited the woman’s home.

When he arrived, she went upstairs to put her shoes on, only for Klein to burst into her bedroom despite being told to keep out, and subjected her to a 20-minute attack, the hearing has been told.

She thought he was ‘messing about’ when Klein referred to their earlier conversation and grabbed her by the wrists, pulling her on top of him, an earlier court hearing was told.

The dentist tried to kiss her and told her ‘I’m really horny’ as she begged him to stop, saying he was being stupid and asking him where his wife was, the court heard.

But instead he began rubbing himself against her and tried to lift her top up’, repeating that he felt ‘horny’.

When she told him she didn’t, Klein replied saying that she would respond ‘in a minute when I lick your nipple’.

Klein, of Lymm, Cheshire, had denied sexual assault, claiming she had invited him to her room and began ‘panting, breathing really heavily’.

But he was convicted at Manchester Crown Court last July, and sentenced to 15 months in prison later reduced to 12 months.

Mr Hockton said today the ‘happily married’ dentist was facing ‘devastating financial consequences’ if he is not allowed to return to practice as a dentist.

In a letter to the panel he said: ‘I have borne the brunt of the financial consequences.

‘I may soon have to file for bankruptcy and the family home is a risk.’

He added: ‘I hope you recognise my insight into the seriousness of today’s hearing.’

Mr Hockton said that prison was ‘a particularly traumatic experience’ for Klein, where he suffered regular threats of violence to both himself and his family.

But GDC panel chair Mary Clark-Glass said: ‘It is the committee’s view that your conduct was so egregious that it would be incompatible with your name remaining on the dentist’s register.’

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