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Rapist Caught After Victim Talks Him Into Giving Phone Number

Rapist Caught After Victim Talks Him Into Giving Phone Number

A Chinese high school student dragged off a street and raped in a park helped to catch her attacker after she pretended that she wanted to be his girlfriend afterwards, and managed to trick him into handing over his telephone number.

A police officer said that despite the brutal attack on the 17-year-old girl, not named for legal reasons, in the city of Suain in east China’s Jiangsu province, her attacker had apparently believed that she wanted to stay in contact, and had handed over his details.

CCTV images show the way the man Cheng Hou, who works as a chef at a local restaurant, had grabbed the woman at night to carry out the attack, and then had been persuaded by her not to run away, and had even agreed to have a cigarette with her afterwards.

The police spokesperson Li Mei Sung said: "She still feared for her safety and hoped that by talking to him, he would be distracted from hurting her any more. When she realised that he actually seemed keen to talk, she managed to press him to hand over details of who he was and she even managed to get his phone number.

"With this information it was easy to track him down and he was arrested and has since made a full confession."

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