A man was ordered to be detained for six years and placed on the sex offenders register indefinitely after brutally raping a father-of-two.
Kacper Zemlik launched an unprovoked attack on the victim after he joined him in going to a friend’s home in Perth.
Zemlik, who was 18 at the time, repeatedly punched the man and kicked him during the assault in which the victim lost consciousness.
A judge told Zemlik, now 20, at the High Court in Edinburgh: “You were convicted of a prolonged, violent and forceful rape. Your victim felt humiliated, robbed of his dignity and left in extreme pain.”