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A Birmingham man's been jailed for 10 years for sexually assaulting a woman in a hotel.
A jury heard Hamayun Khan, 24, of Bromford Road, Birmingham, met the victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, in the centre of Norwich during the afternoon of Monday 8 April 2013.
The victim, who was aged in her late teens at the time of the incident, was in a distressed state and was taken to a hotel room by Khan who subsequently assaulted and raped her.
The victim left the hotel after her ordeal and was later found by police officers at around 9pm. She was subsequently taken to hospital for treatment.
Khan, who was viisitng Norwich for work, was later arrested at the hotel.
During an investigation it was discovered Khan had taken a number of videos on his phone of the victim in an unconscious state.
Detective Constable Paul White, who led the investigation, 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. As a result of a comprehensive investigation leading to this conviction she has been able to make significant progress which I hope will continue.”