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Dentist Jailed For Treating 41 Patients During Mandatory Self-Quarantine In Perth

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  • Natalia Nairn, a dentist from Perth, breached quarantine rules 
  • She has been sentenced for a period of seven months
  • Instead of self-quarantining at home, she went to her clinic to treat patients

A dentist has been sentenced to two months of imprisonment in Perth, West Australia, for treating more than 40 patients during her supposed mandatory self-quarantine, ABC News reported.

Natalia Nairn, 31, flew back to Perth from Canberra on June 16 and was supposed to self-isolate at home for two weeks. Instead, she was found breaching quarantine rules.

Nairn treated a total of 41 patients at her clinic for eight days within the quarantine period. She reportedly went to her dental clinic even after the police had contacted her over the breach.

Matthew Walton, magistrate at Joondalup Magistrates Court, observed that Nairn’s blatant violation indicated her “complete disregard for the rules.” He also noted that she could have been responsible for spreading the virus through the community. “The offender did pose a significant risk to the health and safety of West Australians,” he added.

Nairn claimed that she had taken necessary safety precautions, such as wearing protective equipment when she traveled. However, the magistrate dismissed her claims, saying she had taken those measures “to fundamentally protect herself.” Walton also slammed Nairn for claiming that she was “feeling fine.” He labeled her excuse as “patently ridiculous” and “naive.”

The court observed that although Nairn’s COVID -19 test results came out negative, the up-close nature of her work meant that she had potentially put other people at risk, reported 7NEWS.

dentist The court found that she went to her dental clinic even after the police contacted her over the breach. Photo: pixabay

Nairn, who had no previous history of convictions, pleaded guilty on Oct 21. She was charged with eight offenses of failing to comply with a direction under the Emergency Management Act, which aims to “provide for the prompt and coordinated organization of emergency management in Western Australia.”

Nairn has been sentenced for a period of seven months, of which she has to spend two months in prison.

In a similar incident of quarantine breach in Perth, a woman was sentenced to six months of imprisonment in August, BBC reported. Asher Faye Vander Sanden, 28, was permitted to fly home to Perth from Victoria, Southeast Australia. She was supposed to be on quarantine in a hotel for 14 days at her own expense. Instead of following protocols, she arrived secretly in a truck and stayed at her partner’s home, where she was later arrested.

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Dentist Natalia Nairn is jailed for skipping coronavirus quarantine to work

Dentist JAILED for treating 41 patients when she was meant to be in coronavirus quarantine isolation in Perth

  • Ukrainian dentist Nataliia Nairn flew from Canberra to Perth via Sydney
  • Instead of 14 days of isolation, she treated 41 patients over eight days 
  • Jailed for two months with a further five months’ suspended sentence  

A Ukrainian dentist who treated patients while she was supposed to be in mandatory coronavirus quarantine has been jailed for two months.

Natalia Nairn, 31, flew into Western Australia from Canberra via Sydney and was meant to go straight into 14 days of self-isolation due to border restrictions.

Instead the dentist and keen powerlifter treated 41 patients over eight days at a Joondalup dental practice in  where she worked part-time. 

Natalia Nairn (right) outside Joondalup Magistrates Court on Monday

Natalia Nairn (right) outside Joondalup Magistrates Court on Monday

The weightlifting dentist from Tapping, Perth, previously pleaded guilty to eight charges of failing to comply with a direction under the Emergency Management Act in Joondalup Magistrates Court.

Defence lawyer Katherine Dowling told the court that Nairn was remorseful for her actions, and was under financial stress at the time, trying to pay off her debts. 

Nairn, who has no previous convictions, had told the court she was a health professional who had taken the necessary safety precautions such as wearing protective equipment when she travelled. 

Nataliia Nairn (pictured) was sentenced to seven months' jail with only two months to serve

Nataliia Nairn (pictured) was sentenced to seven months’ jail with only two months to serve

Nairn, who is a powerlifter, was supposed to be in self-isolation when she treated patients

Nairn, who is a powerlifter, was supposed to be in self-isolation when she treated patients 

Magistrate Matthew Walton described her excuse as ‘untenable’ and ‘staggeringly naive’ on Monday before sentencing her to a seven months’ jail.

She will only have to serve two months behind bars with the remainder of the sentence suspended for eight months.

Nairn walked into the courthouse on Monday but didn’t come out again as she was taken directly to prison. 

Her career as a dentist has now been threatened by her criminal conviction, with the  Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency to decide if she can work again after she serves out her sentence, 7News reported.

When police officers visited Nairn’s home in the Perth suburb of Tapping to check on her quarantine between June 17 and 18, they found she was not there. 

The dentist broke quarantine on several occasions between June 17 and 18, and again between June 21 and June 29. 

Although she tested negative for coronavirus, the close personal nature of her work would have put her patients at serious risk if she had been carrying the virus.  

The offences carry a maximum penalty of $50,000 or 12 months in prison. 

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Dentist jailed for seeing Perth clients during mandatory coronavirus self-quarantine

A Perth dentist has been sentenced to two months’ immediate jail for breaching COVID-19 quarantine requirements and treating 41 patients despite knowing the health risk posed by the virus.

During sentencing in the Joondalup Magistrates Court, Magistrate Matthew Walton told Natalia Nairn her offending constituted a “contemptible disregard” for the rules.

He said she could have been responsible for spreading the virus through the community.

“The offender did pose a significant risk to the health and safety of West Australians,” Magistrate Walton said.

Nairn flew back to Perth from Canberra on June 16 via Sydney and was supposed to quarantine at home for two weeks.

But the court heard on seven or eight occasions, she left her home to work at a dental clinic and treated 41 patients.

She even went to the dental clinic again after police tried to contact her at her home over the breach.

She was charged with eight offences of failing to comply with a direction under the Emergency Management Act.

Nairn pleaded guilty on October 21.

Magistrate dismisses ‘feeling fine’ defence

Magistrate Walton said Nairn’s view she did not pose a risk because she was “feeling fine” was “patently ridiculous” and “staggeringly naive or at the very least irrelevant”.

He said she knew the risk and in fact wore PPE while treating patients.

“She took those measures to fundamentally protect herself,” he said.

Magistrate Walton described the crimes as deliberate and at the “upper range of seriousness”.

He said she risked potentially freshly introducing COVID-19 into the state, through 41 patients who could have then spread it through their own networks and contacts.

He took into consideration her remorse, early guilty plea and the fact she may be registered as a dentist.

But he said the offending warranted a jail term.

Nairn was sentenced to two months in prison, as well as another five months suspended for a period of eight months.

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Patient who was locked up for stalking dentist is jailed AGAIN



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A disgruntled patient who stalked his dentist with a crossbow, bleach, and plastic sheeting has been jailed for two years after breaking a restraining order against him.

Tom Baddeley, 42, was previously sentenced to prison in August for secretly following orthodontist Ian Hutchinson with a boot full of weapons dubbed a ‘murder kit’ and logging his movements over a four-year period.

Cardiff Crown Court heard Baddeley developed an ‘obsession’ with his dentist Dr Hutchinson, 52, while he was a patient of his between 2012 and 2016 in Bristol.

They also heard that he made ‘bizarre’ complaints about Dr Hutchinson during this period before their contact broke off. 

He was jailed for 16 months for stalking Dr Hutchinson, and ordered to stay away when he was released from behind bars last month.

But a court heard Baddeley was spotted by a police officer cycling past Dr Hutchinson’s surgery in breach of the restraining order.

Today the disgruntled patient was put back behind bars for two years.

Nigel Fryer, prosecuting, told Cardiff Crown Court that Baddeley was seen near Dr Hutchinson’s in November of last year. 

A member of the public had reported him acting suspiciously in his parked car – one of over 30 vehicles he bought to limit the chance he’d be recognised by Dr Hutchinson – near the orthodontist’s home in Monmouthshire.

Police found him wearing a balaclava and discovered a kit in his boot including a crossbow, a knife, a snood, gloves, a ski mask, bleach, plastic sheets, and cleansing wipes.



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Cardiff Crown Court heard Baddeley developed an “obsession” with his dentist Dr Hutchinson (pictured), 52, while he was a patient of his between 2012 and 2016 in Bristol

In his Bristol home the police found detailed surveillance logs of Dr Hutchinson’s movements spanning four years. 

They also found a ‘sinister’ document counting down to something Baddeley referred to as ‘The Event’, of which the details to were never specified.

‘A member of the public contacted the police because she became very concerned by his demeanour,’ Mr Fryer said. ‘On this occasion he was wearing a balaclava.

‘Police searched his car and found a knife, a crossbow, bleach and a hammer, and his car seats were covered in plastic sheeting.

‘In short the collection was extremely sinister. When Baddeley’s home was searched, numerous logs of Dr Hutchinson’s movements were found.’

Mr Fryer said Baddeley was spotted approaching The Smile Lounge, one of Dr Hutchinson’s dental clinics in Chepstow, just two months later on October 7.

Baddeley was caught by officers riding a bicycle after being recognised by them despite wearing a baseball cap, a facemask and dark sunglasses.

Mr Fryer said: ‘It is not an understatement to say that this had a profound effect on Ian Hutchinson.’

A victim impact statement read out in court heard Dr Hutchinson say he had been forced to change his lifestyle and routines in fear of being cornered by his

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Patient who stalked dentist with crossbow jailed for breaching restraining order | Wales

A disgruntled patient who stalked his dentist with a crossbow has been jailed for two years after breaking a restraining order against him.

Thomas Baddeley, 42, was previously sentenced to prison in August for secretly following orthodontist Ian Hutchinson with a boot full of weapons capable of causing “serious harm”, as well as logging his movements over a four-year period.

Cardiff Crown Court heard Baddeley developed an “obsession” with Dr Hutchinson while he was a patient of his between 2012-2016.

The court also heard that he made “bizarre” complaints about Dr Hutchinson during this period before their contact broke off.

Baddeley was first caught by police in November 2019 after a member of the public reported him acting suspiciously in his parked car near the orthodontist’s home in Monmouthshire.

Police found him wearing a balaclava and discovered a kit in his boot including a crossbow, a knife, a snood, gloves, a ski mask, bleach, plastic sheets, and cleansing wipes.

In his Bristol home the police found detailed surveillance logs of Dr Hutchinson’s movements spanning four years. They also found a “sinister” document counting down to something Baddeley referred to as “The Event”, the details of which were never specified.

Baddeley was sentenced to 16 months in prison in August and handed an indefinite restraining order after he pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon, possession of a bladed article, and stalking.

But on Thursday, the court heard he had in fact been released from custody the very same day he was sentenced because of the time he had spent on remand, unbeknownst to his victim.

Prosecutor Nigel Fryer said Baddeley was spotted approaching The Smile Lounge, one of Dr Hutchinson’s dental clinics in Chepstow, just two months later on October 7.

Baddeley was caught by officers riding a bicycle after being recognised by them despite wearing a baseball cap, a facemask and dark sunglasses.

Mr Fryer said: “It is not an understatement to say that this had a profound effect on Ian Hutchinson.”

A victim impact statement read out in court heard Dr Hutchinson, 52, had been forced to change his lifestyle and routines in fear of being cornered by his stalker, and feared what Baddeley would have done to him.

He said: “I’d thought about what if he’d been able to get into the practice, what he would have done to the staff or any patients. This makes me feel upset.

“I have been a dentist for 30 years. This is not something I thought I would have to consider.

“I struggle to sleep at night, and I’m constantly looking over my shoulder for things that seem out of place.”

He added: “My life has completely changed.”

Lucy Crowther QC, defending Baddeley, said the stalker did not accept he had ever made bizarre requests to Dr Hutchinson during his treatment, which included demanding some removed teeth were reinserted into his mouth.

“He does, however, quite accept that he was very concerned about the quality of care and treatment

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Disgruntled patient who was locked up for stalking dentist with ‘murder kit’ is jailed AGAIN

  • Tom Baddeley, 42, was previously jailed for stalking his dentist Ian Hutchinson
  • A court heard that the patient was found breaching his restraining order
  • Baddeley, of Montpelier, Bristol, was sentenced to two years in prison 
Tom Baddeley, 42, was previously sentenced to prison in August for stalking his dentist with a crossbow, bleach, and plastic sheeting

A disgruntled patient who stalked his dentist with a crossbow, bleach, and plastic sheeting has been jailed for two years after breaking a restraining order against him.

Tom Baddeley, 42, was previously sentenced to prison in August for secretly following orthodontist Ian Hutchinson with a boot full of weapons dubbed a ‘murder kit’ and logging his movements over a four-year period.

Cardiff Crown Court heard Baddeley developed an ‘obsession’ with his dentist Dr Hutchinson, 52, while he was a patient of his between 2012 and 2016 in Bristol.

They also heard that he made ‘bizarre’ complaints about Dr Hutchinson during this period before their contact broke off. 

He was jailed for 16 months for stalking Dr Hutchinson, and ordered to stay away when he was released from behind bars last month.

But a court heard Baddeley was spotted by a police officer cycling past Dr Hutchinson’s surgery in breach of the restraining order.

Today the disgruntled patient was put back behind bars for two years.

Nigel Fryer, prosecuting, told Cardiff Crown Court that Baddeley was seen near Dr Hutchinson’s in November of last year. 

A member of the public had reported him acting suspiciously in his parked car – one of over 30 vehicles he bought to limit the chance he’d be recognised by Dr Hutchinson – near the orthodontist’s home in Monmouthshire.

Police found him wearing a balaclava and discovered a kit in his boot including a crossbow, a knife, a snood, gloves, a ski mask, bleach, plastic sheets, and cleansing wipes.

Cardiff Crown Court heard Baddeley developed an “obsession” with his dentist Dr Hutchinson (pictured), 52, while he was a patient of his between 2012 and 2016 in Bristol

In his Bristol home the police found detailed surveillance logs of Dr Hutchinson’s movements spanning four years. 

They also found a ‘sinister’ document counting down to something Baddeley referred to as ‘The Event’, of which the details to were never specified.

‘A member of the public contacted the police because she became very concerned by his demeanour,’ Mr Fryer said. ‘On this occasion he was wearing a balaclava.

‘Police searched his car and found a knife, a crossbow, bleach and a hammer, and his car seats were covered in plastic sheeting.

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‘In short the collection was extremely sinister. When Baddeley’s home was searched, numerous logs of Dr Hutchinson’s movements were found.’

Mr Fryer said Baddeley was spotted approaching The Smile Lounge, one of Dr Hutchinson’s dental clinics in Chepstow, just two months later on October 7.

Baddeley was caught by officers riding a bicycle after being recognised by them despite wearing a baseball cap, a facemask and

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‘Obsessive’ patient who stalked his dentist with crossbow jailed again

Thomas Baddeley was jailed for 16 months for secretly following him with a boot full of weapons (Picture: Wales News Service)

An obsessed patient once jailed for stalking his dentist with a ‘murder kit’ containing a crossbow, bleach and plastic sheeting is back behind bars after breaching a restraining order not to go near him.

Thomas Baddeley spent years trailing orthodontist Ian Hutchinson to plot revenge over his dental treatment at his private practice called the ‘Smile Lounge’.

He was jailed for 16 months for secretly following him with a boot full of weapons capable of causing ‘serious harm’ and logging his movements over a four-year period.

When he was released from that sentence last month, the 42-year-old was ordered to stay away from Dr Hutchinson but flouted it weeks later when he was spotted by a police officer cycling past the surgery.

Prosecutor Nigel Fryer told Cardiff Crown Court that Baddeley developed an ‘obsession’ with Dr Hutchinson while he was a patient of his between 2012 and 2016 in Bristol.

He also made ‘bizarre’ complaints about Dr Hutchinson during this period before their contact broke off.

Baddeley was first caught by police in November 2019 after a member of the public reported him acting suspiciously in his parked car – one of over 30 vehicles he bought to limit the chance he’d be recognised by Dr Hutchinson – near the orthodontist’s home in Monmouthshire.

Thomas Baddeley developed an ‘obsession’ with Dr Hutchinson (Picture: Wales News Service)

Mr Fryer said: ‘A member of the public contacted the police because she became very concerned by his demeanour. On this occasion he was wearing a balaclava.

‘Police searched his car and found a knife, a crossbow, bleach and a hammer, and his car seats were covered in plastic sheeting. In short the collection was extremely sinister.

‘When Baddeley’s home was searched, numerous logs of Dr Hutchinson’s movements were found.’

They also found a ‘sinister’ document counting down to something Baddeley referred to as ‘The Event’, the details of which were never specified.

Baddeley was found with a crossbow and other ‘sinister’ items in his boot (Picture: Gwent Police)

Baddeley was handed a 16-month prison sentence in August along with handed an indefinite restraining order after he pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon, possession of a bladed article, and stalking.

But the court heard he had in fact been released from custody the very same day he was sentenced because of the time he had spent on remand, unbeknownst to his victim.

Mr Fryer said Baddeley was spotted approaching The Smile Lounge, one of Dr Hutchinson’s dental clinics in Chepstow, just two months later on October 7.

He was caught by officers riding a bicycle after being recognised by them despite wearing a baseball cap, a facemask and dark sunglasses.

Mr Fryer said: ‘It is not an understatement to say that this had a profound effect on Ian Hutchinson.’

A victim impact statement read out in court heard Dr Hutchinson, 52,

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‘Obsessed’ patient who stalked dentist with ‘murder kit’ jailed for breaching restraining order

An “obsessed” man who went to prison for stalking his dentist with a “murder kit” has been jailed again for following his victim just months after his release.

Tom Baddeley, 42, secretly followed orthodontist Ian Hutchinson, 52, with a car boot full of weapons capable of causing “serious harm” – including a crossbow, a knife, bleach and plastic sheeting – and kept detailed surveillance logs of Dr Hutchinson’s movements spanning four years.

Baddeley, who was a patient of Dr Hutchinson in Bristol between 2012 and 2016, created a “sinister” document counting down to something he referred to as “The Event”.

Further details of the document were not specified, but a judge said Baddeley’s notes meant, “at the very least there was a plan to cause him [Dr Hutchinson] substantial harm, if not to end his life”.

Baddeley was handed an indefinite restraining order after he pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon, possession of a bladed article and stalking in August.

Police discovered a crossbow, a knife, a snood, gloves, a ski mask, bleach, plastic sheets and cleansing wipes in Tom Baddeley’s car boot

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He was sentenced to 16 months in prison but was released from custody the very same day because of the time he had spent on remand, unbeknownst to his victim.

Baddeley was then spotted approaching The Smile Lounge, one of Dr Hutchinson’s dental clinics in Chepstow, just two months later on 7 October.

He was sentenced to two years in prison on Thursday and told any further breach of the restraining order carried a term of five years’ imprisonment.

A victim impact statement read out in court heard how Dr Hutchinson had been left with mental health problems and forced to change his lifestyle and routines in fear of what Baddeley would do.

“I struggle to sleep at night, and I’m constantly looking over my shoulder for things that seem out of place,” he said.

Judge Tracey Lloyd-Clarke said pre-sentence reports compiled for him “lead me to the conclusion it will be quite some time before your obsession with Dr Hutchinson subsides”.

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‘Obsessed’ patient Tom Baddeley who stalked dentist Ian Hutchinson with crossbow jailed for two years

A disgruntled patient who stalked his dentist with a crossbow, bleach, and plastic sheeting has been jailed for two years after breaking a restraining order against him.

Tom Baddeley, 42, was previously sentenced to prison in August for secretly following orthodontist Ian Hutchinson with a boot full of weapons capable of causing “serious harm” and logging his movements over a four-year period.

Cardiff Crown Court heard Baddeley developed an “obsession” with his dentist Dr Hutchinson while he was a patient of his between 2012- 2016 in Bristol.

They also heard that he made “bizarre” complaints about Dr Hutchinson during this period before their contact broke off.

Baddeley was first caught by police in November 2019 after a member of the public reported him acting suspiciously in his parked car – one of over 30 vehicles he bought to limit the chance he’d be recognised by Dr Hutchinson – near the orthodontist’s home in Monmouthshire.

Police found him wearing a balaclava and discovered a kit in his boot including a crossbow, a knife, a snood, gloves, a ski mask, bleach, plastic sheets, and cleansing wipes.

In his Bristol home the police found detailed surveillance logs of Dr Hutchinson’s movements spanning four years. They also found a “sinister” document counting down to something Baddeley referred to as “The Event”, of which the details to were never specified.

Baddeley was sentenced to 16 months in prison in August and handed an indefinite restraining order after he pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon, possession of a bladed article, and stalking.

But on Thursday, the court heard he had in fact been released from custody the very same day he was sentenced because of the time he had spent on remand, unbeknownst to his victim.

Prosecutor Nigel Fryer said Baddeley was spotted approaching The Smile Lounge, one of Dr Hutchinson’s dental clinics in Chepstow, just two months later on October 7.

Baddeley was caught by officers riding a bicycle after being recognised by them despite wearing a baseball cap, a facemask and dark sunglasses.

Mr Fryer said: “It is not an understatement to say that this had a profound effect on Ian Hutchinson.”

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A victim impact statement read out in court heard Dr Hutchinson, 52, say he had been forced to change his lifestyle and routines in fear of being cornered by his stalker, and feared what Baddeley would have done to him.

He said: “I’d thought about what if he’d been able to get into the practice, what he would have done to the staff or any patients. This makes me feel upset.

“I have been a dentist for 30 years. This is not something I thought I would have to consider.”

He said the incident had also led to his long-term partner leaving him, with some of the reasons including not feeling safe within his home and potential reprisals from Baddeley.

“This has affected my mental health considerably. I have become very irritable and short-tempered.

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Patient who stalked his dentist with crossbow is jailed

A patient who stalked his dentist weeks after being jailed for following him with a crossbow and knife “murder kit” has been put behind bars again.

Thomas Baddeley, 42, had only been out of prison for a short time after being convicted of tailing Dr Ian Hutchinson.

He wanted revenge over his dental treatment at the Smile Lounge, a private practice, and spent years following the 53-year-old orthodontist, a court heard previously.

Having been jailed for 16 months in August, Baddeley was let out the same day he was sentenced due to time spent in custody but was told to keep away from the doctor.

Thomas Baddeley was sentenced on Thursday. (Wales News)

The businessman from Bristol made notes on avoiding leaving fingerprints and what to say if police caught him, a court heard.

He admitted stalking and possessing a knife and an offensive weapon, but dodged a more serious stalking charge because Dr Hutchinson was not aware he was being followed.

At a previous hearing, District Judge Martin Brown said property company director Baddeley’s “obsession” was “very unhealthy”.

And during his first trial for stalking, which he was jailed for, a court heard Baddeley bought 30 second hand cars to avoid detection as he watched Dr Hutchinson’s home and routine.

The so-called “murder kit” found in Baddeley’s car. (Gwent Police/Wales News)

A neighbour saw him sitting in a car in November 2019 with a black balaclava hood and police arrived to find a crossbow, kitchen knife, hammer, lighters, gloves, bleach and a black ski mask, the court heard.

Cardiff Crown Court was told “surveillance logs” were found and a search of Baddeley’s home revealed he had followed the doctor for years, and he had a countdown to something called “The Event”.

What “The Event” was has not been detailed.

Dr Ian Hutchinson was stalked for years, a court heard. (Wales News)

Prosecutor Nigel Fryer described the items as a “murder kit”.

Dr Hutchinson said he was unaware Baddeley, a patient until 2016 where he regularly had his braces tightened, was stalking him.

Baddeley believed the treatment for his receding gums was “poisoning” him, and made a “bizarre request” to put two teeth back into his mouth, Dr Hutchinson said.

The Smile Lounge practice in Chepstow. (Wales News)

An indefinite restraining order was imposed on at the previous hearing, but Baddeley was spotted approaching the clinic on 7 October.

On Thursday, Baddeley was given two years in prison, and told a further breach of the restraining order would result in a five-year sentence.

Defending, Lucy Crowther QC said he claimed the weapons discovered were not there for a “sinister purpose” and the stalking had become “something of a hobby”.

Judge Tracey Lloyd-Clarke said while there were no specific references to what “The Event” was, “at the very least there was a plan to cause him substantial harm, if not to end his life”, and believed it will be “quite some time” before his obsession

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