A MILLIONAIRE bailiff company boss is accused of sexually assaulting women by posing as a doctor to examine them.
Kevin McCarthy, 66, is said to have advertised for £75-an-hour “training patients” to undergo first aid practice with aid workers going to former war zones.
The ads said they were needed for the workers to learn about human anatomy and to practice treating trauma victims.
McCarthy is said to have interviewed women respondents himself and then told them to undress, claiming he had gynaecological qualifications. But one woman became suspicious and called the police.
He is then said to have locked the doors to his consulting room and escaped out of a window, fleeing to Kenya where he is thought to own property.
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But the businessman was arrested on his return to Heathrow last week and charged with four assaults on three women he allegedly examined.
Married McCarthy, of Northwood, North-West London, appeared at Highbury Corner magistrates court on Friday and was remanded in custody to appear at Wood Green crown court on December 16.
He is a founding director of a Portsmouth-based firm specialising in debt collecting and clamping cars — with an annual turnover of more than £18million.