man who photographed his unconscious sufferer after he raped her in a park in Hayes has been convicted.
He can be sentenced on Monday April 26.
The court docket heard that on Could 11 final yr the sufferer, a lady in her twenties, had met up with two associates within the night. She remembers her intention of going residence however was later unable to recall how she got here to be in Hitherbroom Park in Hayes.
She awoke in a daze on the grass of the park at about 2.45pm the next day to search out Manger raping her.
The lady managed to scream, which alerted a close-by member of the general public, who got here and had a short dialog with the sufferer earlier than he referred to as the police.
Throughout the trial, the court docket heard testimony from the male witness who heard the sufferer’s screams and noticed her push and hit her attacker.
He defined to officers that previous to their arrival he had chased and caught up with the attacker who had instructed him he was making an attempt to assist the sufferer, believing she was having a coronary heart assault.
Each males parted methods on Avondale Drive, Hillingdon however 4 days later, the witness noticed Mangar once more near the park and referred to as the police once more.
Throughout the trial, the jury heard that photographic proof was discovered on Mangar’s telephone which included the sufferer mendacity down, uncovered and in an unconscious state.
Detective Constable Alan Wong, the investigating officer, stated: “Mangar carried out an audacious assault on a susceptible feminine in broad daylight while she was unconscious with no capability to consent or defend herself till she remembered his respiration woke her up and him on prime of her. Fortunately, a member of the general public witnessed a part of the incident and referred to as the police.
“The sufferer on this case has proven super power and braveness to interact with the police; her proof and that of the male witness have been very important in making certain a harmful particular person has been dropped at justice.
“We’re happy to have secured this verdict which is able to, I hope, give the sufferer some measure of consolation and closure in addition to encourage different victims of sexual assault to come back ahead to police and be assured that we’ll completely examine.”