An African migrant has been convicted of making unwanted sexual advances towards a female victim in Sweden just days after he was prematurely released from prison for a violent attempted rape, according to reports.
The sex predator, a Tanzanian national in his 20s, was initially incarcerated for attacking a woman at her home in the culturally-enriched city of Gothenburg.
"[He] followed a young woman who was on her way home from a nightclub in Gothenburg. When she returned home, he broke into her apartment and tried to rape her," Fria Tider reports.
"However, the woman managed to force his hand away from her mouth and screamed, whereupon the African became frightened and ran away."
In early 2019, he was convicted of attempted rape and domestic abuse and sent to prison.
However, on October 29, 2020, the Tanzanian was conditionally released with 244 days remaining in his sentence as many inmates serve just two-thirds of their time under a provision in the Swedish legal system.
Days later, on November 7, the African targeted another young woman as she walked through a park in Falköping in broad daylight.
"She told me that a moment later she saw that he had his trousers down, that he was masturbating, that she perceived that this was directed at her, that they were close to each other at two meters apart, and that she found his actions disturbing," the court explained in its judgment.
"He committed the crime in question shortly after the conditional release. The district court considers the recidivism in the sentencing."
The man was ordered to pay 10,000 Swedish Krona (~$1,200) in fines and damages.
Incredibly, prosecutors reportedly declined to seek the Tanzanian's deportation in both cases.
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