A leading psychiatrist at the Priory stunned a distressed patient he was treating over her husband’s womanising by telling her: ‘Men aren’t biologically programmed for monogamy,’ it was claimed.
Married father of two Dr Joseph Bray, 57, claimed an expectation of fidelity in marriage was ”unreasonable” and added: ”When my wife dies, I will shag as many women as I can.”
During an crudely worded consultation Bray also used Google to search for pictures of the mistress of the patient’s husband and then made comparisons between the physical appearance of the two women, it was alleged. He also focused in explicit terms on emails the patient found which was sent to her husband by his mistress.
However much truth there is in it all quite possibly not quite what you say to a woman seeking psychiatric help to deal with it all.
Or maybe it is? Perhaps the trick cyclists are being told to reveal harsh truths these days?
The Dublin-born consultant who lives in the New Forest faced being struck off over his alleged remarks towards Mrs A and also an extra marital affair he had with another patient.
I would think the affair with the other patient is the reason he might be struck off.