Last Updated on February 19, 2020
A man convicted of raping a school girl has his head shoved down a used toilet while he begs for mercy as he is beaten by fellow inmates.
The graphic footage shows the reluctant pedophile be commanded to undress quickly, before being forced head-first into the soiled toilet boil, where he is heard yelping in discomfort.
The man, believed to be 21-year-old, Abdisalam Mohamad–an inmate at HMP Pentonville who is due to be sentenced next month, according to Metro.
The person filming the distressed inmate orders him to “take off your clothes before I whack you in the head, bro.”
During the footage, another participant in the glorified swirly suggests putting “his head in the toilet.”
Trying to slither out of the situation, the alleged rapist says, “that’s too much. You’re violating me now,” as he is shoved around.
When his head is dunked in the filthy toilet bowl, he is heard moaning in intense discomfort.
Another video reportedly shows the inmate scream “oh, my days” as his head nestled firmly in the sullied bowl.
The man was convicted of imprisoning a schoolgirl at an apartment in North London with two other men.
He and the two other men raped and forced the girl to perform oral sex on them, while threatening the girl with a machete.
Voice of Europe reported the men to be “Hilal Mohamed, 22, Abdisalam Mohamad, 21, and Roberto French, 22 have been convicted for raping a 16-year-old schoolgirl, after one threatened her with a machete, robbed her and held her captive.”
All three men were found guilty of rape by Wood Green Crown Court, last Friday.
One of the rape trio was also convicted of false imprisonment and robbery.
The proliferation of the graphic footage prompted a prison spokesperson to issue a statement on the incident.
The prison service spokesperson affirmed: “A prisoner was treated for minor injuries after an alleged assault at HMP Pentonville on February 9 and police are now investigating.
“We are spending an extra £100 million, as part of a £2.75 billion investment, on cutting-edge technology to stop phones getting into custody.”