Samuel Wilson, of Harrington Street, Manchester, was found guilty of raping a young women, 21, in a city centre apartment on May 16th 2013.
September 2015, saw him finally sentenced to five years in prison at Manchester Crown Court and ordered to sign the Sex Offenders Register for life.
On 16 May 2013, the victim, who was 21 years old at the time, got chatting to one of Wilson’s friends at a nightclub in Manchester city centre.
She agreed to go back to a flat that Wilson’s friend had rented for the night on Laystall Street, and while there had consensual sex with a man.
However, Wilson – who at that point had never even spoken to the woman nor even knew her name – then entered the room and raped the woman.
Distressed, she then fled the apartment block and notified the police.