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Strange encounters

Strange encounters

Persaud's perspective

Raj Persaud
BSc MSc MB BS MPhil FRCPsych
Consultant Psychiatrist  The Maudsley Hospital London
Gresham Professor for Public Understanding of Psychiatry

Complete strangers occasionally approach us to ask for directions or the time. Often the inquiry is entirely innocent, but on certain occasions there may be a covert motive – to engage us in conversation, or perhaps even to lure us into bed! Sometimes interactions with strangers may be much more sinister, a mugging or a sexual assault.

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