TWO men drugged and raped a vulnerable young woman when she asked them for a lift home after being released from hospital.
A court heard how the 20-year-old victim had been left feeling worthless and deeply traumatised after being subjected to the sex attacks by Vojtech Bady, 35, and Jan Gorol, 54,
Leeds Crown Court heard the woman approached the two men in a shop on Roundhay Road, Harehills, Leeds, and told them she was desperate for a lift home as she had just been released hospital.
Mark McKone, prosecuting, said the woman had been admitted to A&E the previous evening when she collapsed in the Beeston area of Leeds after drinking vodka.
Bady and Gorol agreed to give the victim a lift but instead drove to a supermarket and bought vodka and coke.
The young woman was then taken to a house in Harehills where she was plied with the alcohol, which was laced with viagra.
The woman was sick before being raped by Bady.
The two men then took her to a house in Bradford where Gorol raped her.
Slovakian national Bady, of Berkely Avenue, Harehills, was jailed for nine years after a jury found him guilty of rape.
Gorol, who came to the UK from the Czech Republic in 2011, pleaded guilty to rape and was given a sentence of seven-and-a-half-years. Judge Tom Bayliss, QC recommended married father-of-two Gorol be deported after completing his sentence. Sentencing Gorol yesterday, he said: “If ever there were any need to emphasise how rape affects the victim it can be said in the simple words of (the woman). She has been left traumatised and feeling worthless.
“That is what you have done to her by your actions.”