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A 52-year-old Indian-origin doctor in the UK has been charged with committing three sex assaults, according to a media report. Vibhore Gupta, based at Edgbaston's Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, was arrested in March this year, following a report made to the police. In 2013, he added his weight to West Midlands Police's "Knives End Lives" campaign, aimed at raising awareness of the perils of carrying a knife, Birmingham Mail reported. "A 52-year-old man from Harborne has been charged with three counts of sexual assault and one count of assault," a West Midlands Police spokesman said. "The doctor is due to appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court on Tuesday November 21." On University Hospitals Birmingham website, Gupta is described as a consultant in emergency medicine. His area of professional interest is military medicine.
A member of the emergency team said that he is also technical service head.
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