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A rapist posed as a Good Samaritan to attack a student and drive off with her asleep in the car
Lukas Piatek had given the woman and her mother a lift home from a nightclub after the girl collapsed in the street, drunk from vodka, cocktails and shots.
He was seen on CCTV helping the undergraduate to her feet before all three walked off, him with his arm around the drunk 19-year-old.
But having pulled up outside their home in Rochester, Kent, he reversed away at speed and without headlights before the mother had a chance to help her daughter from the vehicle.
The Pole, who has a previous conviction for extortion of a public official, then drove to a nearby Indian restaurant car park and raped her on the back seat.
The teenage girl's horrified mother told a jury at Maidstone Crown Court, Kent she thought Piatek was 'taunting her' when he drove off in the Rover following the night out in Strood, Kent in February 2015.
She immediately called police and officers found the vehicle, together with her daughter and Piatek, about two hours later.
Lukas Piatek had given the woman and her mother a lift home from a nightclub
Prosecutor Paul Valder said the young woman had very little memory of what had happened to her, other than waking up to find herself on the back seat, squashed against a rear window and a man pressed up against her.
She was unable to tell police who she was with or what she had done in the car, and admitted being 'out of it' because she was so drunk.
But married Piatek, 33, who had not met the woman before that night, branded her a "sexaholic" and bragged that police would find the shoeprints she made on the interior of his car roof as they had sex.
Piatek, whose wife and children live in Poland, denied kidnap and rape but was convicted by the jury after just 50 minutes' deliberation. He was jailed for 10 years.
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The teenage girl's horrified mother told a jury at Maidstone Crown Court
He appeared for sentencing on Friday via TV link with HMP Elmley in Sheppey, Kent, and cried throughout the hearing.
Jailing him, Judge Adele Williams said he had "opportunistically" taken advantage of a drunk, vulnerable girl and caused her family anguish and distress.
She said: "It is plain in my judgement that you targeted her. She was asleep and completely insensible in the back of the car.
"You have caused her immense harm and psychological trauma which I have no doubt will live with her for a considerable period of time."