September 25, 2021

A Glasgow shopkeeper has been found guilty of raping a woman behind a shop.

A shopkeeper has been found guilty of raping a vulnerable woman in the back room of his store.

Shams Pervez was the victim of his victim who first asked if he had breast implants.

The 52-year-old married man attacked Shop Smart Grocers in Rochelle, Glasgow, between June 2015 and June 2016.

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Pervez refused to touch the victim – a customer who was half his age.

Forensic evidence on a sofa linked the hunter to the attacks – but he claimed that he and his wife had tried the first child.

Pervez is now behind bars after pleading guilty to two counts of rape following a trial in Glasgow High Court.

The judges heard how the victim was declared vulnerable to a serious childhood accident.

This was evidenced by a police statement issued after his torture.

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The sexual assaults took place in a back room called “Garbi” and “Unclean.”

The victim recalled Pervez’s “hairy legs” and saw customers waiting at the counter on CCTV when his attacker took advantage of it.

He repeatedly asked her to stop – but one at a time. Stage “Two minutes,” he said.

Pervez – who lives in a large house in Croxton in the city – gave evidence during the trial.

She refused to tell the victim if she was “beautiful” or if she had breast implants.

Pervez claimed that the woman shopped at his store, but she was not a regular customer.

Her lawyer, Louis Orwell, told her: “The jury has heard serious allegations from the woman. Are you lying?”

Pervez: “Why would I lie? I didn’t do anything wrong.”

The court heard that the woman’s DNA was on a whistle, which is believed to be where the attacks took place.

Pervez could not explain why. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture.

Prosecutor David Dixon urged the judges to believe the woman, including the “correct” description of the dirty room behind her.

He added in his closing remarks: “Is it credible that he did all this?”

The court was told that Pervez had been running the store since 2008, but had since left the clothing store.

Lord Ware adjourned the sentence in Dundee until September 28.

The judge told Pervez: “You have been convicted of two serious crimes against the same woman in your business premises.

“In the meantime, you will be remanded.”

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