The crimewave is seeing a sharp rise in the far-right in Austria in protest of mass immigration.
In the latest shocking incident a 27-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted while waiting at a bus station in the village of Grinzing on the outskirts of the capital Vienna.
She said: “He was Arabic looking and had a cord around his waist instead of a belt.
“All he could say was ‘sex, sex, sex’ and then he pulled out a condom from his trouser pocket.”
The attack comes just days after Norbert Hofer, candidate of the anti-migrant Freedom Party (FPO), took pole position in the presidential elections.
Migrants passing into Austria from Hungary
All he could say was “sex, sex, sex” and then he pulled out a condom from his trouser pocket.
“The security of people in Austria has to have priority.”
On Monday, a 17-year-old asylum seeker from Afghanistan allegedly dragged a 20-year-old Austrian student off the streets in Styria in broad daylight and tried to force her onto the ground to have sex with her.
A map showing how Austria and Switzerland are shutting off their borders
According to police they followed the woman into a toilet, where one of them pinned her down while the other two raped and beat her.
After the victim raised the alarm, 100 police officers were drafted in and the trio were arrested.
Meanwhile, a group of North African asylum seekers have been accused of sexually assaulting a young woman in the middle of a busy train station in Salzburg on Friday.
When an Austrian stepped in to help, they reportedly beat him up.
And in another shocking incident, Austrian police arrested an asylum seeker from Afghanistan who allegedly pounced on a teenage girl on the train.
The 19-year-old girl was travelling between Wels and Grieskirchen when the refugee, who claims to be 17, sat down next to her and tried to speak to her.
But within minutes, he had allegedly moved to trying to kiss her, causing her to scream for help.
The screams were believed to be so loud that they alerted the train driver, who intervened to stop the attack and raised the alarm with police.
The migrant crisis has divided the country and, in a major U-turn, the government, who initially backed German chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door policy, shut Austria’s borders.
Hofer, who has run an anti-immigrant and anti-Europe campaign will now go head-to-head with environmentalist and pro-refugee Alexander van der Bellen on May 22 for the president post, which is largely a ceremonial role.