A hospital doctor accused of indecently assaulting two patients was described in court yesterday as a nervous person who appeared to do things in a hurry. It is alleged Dr Li Sui-lung, 56, touched a 20-year-old pregnant woman internally without wearing any protective gloves. The patient, who was suffering from a stomach ache, was suspicious and complained to nurses at the duty counter, the court heard. Nurse Chan Chau-fa told the court Li 'appeared to do things in a hurry'. When cross-examined by defence lawyer Andrew Macrae, Ms Chan agreed Li was a 'nervous type of person'. Li has denied two charges of indecent assault. After the patient's complaint, Ms Chan was present for the rest of the examination at Yuen Long's Pok Oi Hospital on January 26, the court heard. The nurse told the court she 'did not see any indication of indecent assault' by Li while she was present. On January 31, a 25-year-old woman read about the alleged incident in a Chinese newspaper and recalled a similar experience with the same doctor last December, the court has been told. Prosecutor Liu Yuen-ming alleged on both occasions Li examined the women without nurses being present. The District Court case continues before Deputy Judge Henry Brazier.