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Arab rapist from Malmo: “I could have had sex with her in my sleep”

A 59-year-old man from the Middle East raped a young woman at a party in Malmö. and tried to argue that he raped her in his sleep and therefore was not responsible for his crime. 

By – Brünnhilde

The court however did not buy his defence.

According to the judgment, the crime allegedly took place when the 59-year-old in December 2016 attended a party with a group of young adults on Lönngatan in Malmö.

The woman became intoxicated and once she was unconscious, the older man, originally from Iran, raped heri through vaginal and anal intercourse.

The next day when the woman realized what had happened, she went to the hospital and filed a police report.

During police interrogation, the 59-year-old initially claimed that the woman was acting and trying to trick him into giving her money.

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When he found out that they found traces of his sperm in the rape kit, he instead launched another theory.

“I could have had sex with her in my sleep,”

he said during the trial.

Malmö District Court finds it “unreasonable” that the 59-year-old man was asleep when he “rose from his bed, went to another room where the woman was lying asleep on a couch, removed her blanket, taken off her pants and panties, raped her through vaginal and anal intercourse, arranged her attire, laid the blanket over her, returned to his bedroom and laid down in bed.”

The man, who has become a national in Sweden and therefore can not be expelled under current legislation, has been sentenced to two years in prison for his rape. He will also pay 120,000 in damages to the raped woman.

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