Somerset GP found guilty of sexual offence after depositing his own semen into woman's coffee

16 June 2023, 18:57 | Updated: 16 June 2023, 19:02

Dr Nicholas Chapman, 55, was found guilty of a sexual offence
Dr Nicholas Chapman, 55, was found guilty of a sexual offence. Picture: Avon and Somertset Police
Kieran Kelly

By Kieran Kelly

A doctor has been found guilty of a sexual offence after giving a woman a cup of coffee with his own semen in it.

Dr Nicholas Chapman, 55, saved hundreds of 'specimen' samples before putting them into victim's hot drinks over the space of 12 months.

One victim told a court that she initially tasted a 'salty' coffee and noticed something 'thick gloopy' substance in the cup.

She later found a series of "specimen pots" that belong to the perverted doctor.

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The perverted doctor collected "specimen pots"
The perverted doctor collected "specimen pots". Picture: Avon and Somerset Police

She later took the cup of coffee to the police, which tested positive for Chapman's semen.

He was also accused in court of sending pictures of his penis to two colleagues, which he said was an "accident".

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He was found guilty of engaging in sexual activity without consent after making his victim 'drinking his semen' in 201.

He was found not guilty of a second count of the same charge, which was alleged to have taken place between September 2020 and 2021.

The victim said: "I did not know what it was. I did not suspect it could have been semen at that point.

"He was then bringing me more drinks - probably one to three cups of coffee a week.

"Since that occasion I tipped them away in the sink - seeing the sort of substance in the sink - it was different size and quantities each time.

"At least six times I've seen it - I've not drunk it since that first time."

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