Abdel-Aziz Al-Shamary, 21, who punched his victim twice and then raped has been jailed for 12 years.

The takeaway from Kuwait had been granted legal status just weeks ago said to police officers who arrested him that he is “Saddam Hussain”

Abdel-Aziz Al-Shamary, had been searching on his phone for “outdoor sex” and was thrilled by the idea.

Investigators found that he took a selfie on the river bank to post on Facebook just before his attack.

He drank a bottle of Jack Daniels and a bottle of Johnnie Walker on the night of attack

The takeaway worker followed and catcalled his victim for about 20 mins he then punched her twice in the face and dragged her on the floor and then raped her.

He was spotted by two woman who happened to be passing by there in a car and decided to follow him and alerted police.

The victim was found semi naked, face covered in blood and crying.

Police were able to quickly arrest him, when he was being handcuffed by a lady officer he said : “Do you know Saddam Hussein? I am Saddam Hussein. I will not talk to you, you are a woman.”

PC Jackie Mallows told the court: “He kept telling me not to touch him and he also said ‘I will not speak to you, you are a woman – in my country we speak to men’.”

He also shouted on two occasions “Bitch country”.

Judge Sean Morris sentenced him to 12 years in prison, and wishing that he gets deported after his jail term.

Judge Sean Morris said: “You had a sheltered upbringing in a Bedouin family with very little contact with the opposite sex.

“On this night you had consumed an enormous amount of spirits.

“You had been watching pornography on your phone, in particular pornography involving outdoor sex.”

“It is quite clear to me that you have a problem with females and you regard them as lesser beings.

“I am of the view that this was as much about degradation and humiliation as it was about sexual pleasure.

“I sincerely hope that you will be deported at the half way point.”

He added “You were convicted on the convincing and palpably honest evidence of a brave young woman.

“She is still crying every night and living every day with this burden in her mind.”

 

The rapist has been put on the sex offenders register for life.