An EU migrant arrested in Britain for a savage rape was allowed to evade justice for two years after he was bailed and used Freedom of Movement rules to slip back to his native Romania.
Alexandru Dusca, 30, had been detained for targeting and raping a drunken woman twice in November 2015 after he found her slumped and passed out on a pavement.
But he was freed pending further inquiries and shortly afterwards flew back to his native country apparently unchallenged by the authorities.
Despite being subsequently placed on a police ‘Most Wanted’ list Dusca was not found until November 2017 when he was discovered in a Romanian prison serving a jail sentence for robbery.
Today married Dusca, who admitted two charges of rape, was starting six years and nine months behind bars after detectives executed an European Arrest Warrant to bring him back to the UK.
In a statement the victim said: ‘I’ve been left feeling disgusted and worthless and I have no trust in men. A male engineer carried out a routine visit at my house and I panicked.