Birmingham rapist who filmed Norwich victim jailed

Hamayun Khan Image copyright Norfolk Police
Image caption Hamayun Khan was jailed for 10 years for raping and sexually assaulting a teenager in a hotel room

A man who raped a teenager and filmed her while she was unconscious in a Norwich hotel room, has been jailed.

Hamayun Khan, 24, of Bromford Road, Birmingham, met his victim in Norwich one afternoon in April 2013. He took her to a hotel and then attacked her.

A Norwich Crown Court jury found him guilty of rape and sexual assault at a trial last month.

Khan was jailed for 10 years for the attack, which he carried out while visiting Norwich for work, police said.

After the attack, the victim left the hotel and was found by police at about 21:00 BST in the Prince of Wales Road area of the city, and was taken to hospital for treatment.

Norfolk Police said an "extensive investigation" resulted in his arrest in December.

During the investigation officers discovered Khan had taken a number of videos on his mobile phone of his victim "in an unconscious state".

Det Con Paul White, who led the inquiry, said: "Khan took advantage of a very vulnerable young woman who was going through a particularly difficult time in her life.

"This case has had a huge impact on the victim's mental health from which she is now recovering."

He said she had been making "significant progress" since the attack.

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