Rajkumar Mazumder, 70, has been cleared of groping a woman on a flight
Rajkumar Mazumder, 70, was also said to have rubbed his groin on her waist as he flew with his wife aboard a trans-Atlantic plane to Gatwick in Sussex in 2012.
The alleged sexual assault is claimed to have occurred as the lights were dimmed.
But the woman, in her 30s, confessed to a disciplinary hearing that she was also wearing a vest underneath the jumper top which came up to the base of her throat and the arm rest was between them.
The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service cleared him and criticised the woman’s evidence
Dr Mazumder, from Southgate, north London, was interviewed by police but the case was three years later referred to the General Medical Council.
The GP, who denied the assault, insisted that the woman had been in discomfort due to her multiple sclerosis – and she agreed to let him examine her.
The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service cleared him and criticised the woman’s evidence for being “neither credible or reliable”