A MUM was able to track down a pervert who sexually assaulted her teenage daughter before shouting "you're not going to get away with this".
The 16-year-old girl was approached by Mahmood Noor Ibrahim just minutes after she left work.
The "vulnerable" teen was walking through Hull city centre to meet her mum when Ibrahim started questioning her.
After making sure she was on her own, Ibrahim grabbed the young girl and assaulted her.
He was jailed at Hull Magistrates' Court for one year – but later had it shortened to 10 months following an appeal.
At the appeal hearing, Rachel Scott, prosecuting, said Ibrahim approached the young girl and asked "where have you been?".
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When the girl responded to say she had been at work, Ibrahim asked if she had been with anyone – to which she said she was waiting for a lift.
He then grabbed her and assaulted her.
When the girl's mum pulled up, she told her what had happened and they searched the streets for Ibrahim.
Miss Scott said: "[The girl] was left feeling scared and unsafe and, a minute or so later, her mum arrived to pick her up.
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"She told her mum what had happened. They drove along the road looking for the male.
"They found the male on Paragon Street, which is very close to where the incident had taken place."
The girl's mum then got out of the car, walked up to the man and took his picture.
She asked him: "Have you just grabbed my daughter? You're not going to get away with this."
Ibrahim carried on walking down the street ignoring the girl's mum.
In November last year, Ibrahim, 39, admitted to kissing the girl – but would not comment on whether it was consensual.
The court heard how he thought the girl was aged 20 to 25 and claims she told him she was 17.
Ibrahim, who has no previous convictions, has been living in the UK for two years after seeking asylum from Sudan.
Marc Luxford, representing Ibrahim, said that it was "disgusting behaviour" – but the defendant had been drinking.
He said: "[Ibrahim] is sorry for the offence. He was in drink."
Recorder David Gordon reduced Ibrahim's sentence because the magistrates had not given him enough discount for his early guilty plea.
However, Recorder Gordon said Ibrahim had been assessed as posing a high risk of serious harm to the public and a future offence could happen "at any time".
Recorder Gordon said the assessment was "concerning".
He said: "This offence was extremely upsetting for that young girl, who in law is regarded as a child.
"She said this incident upset her and made her uncomfortable and has left her feeling scared and unsafe.
"This offence has had a serious detrimental effect on the complainant.
"You are assessed as posing a high risk of serious harm to the public, particularly females.
"You are an asylum seeker in this country.
"The victim was particularly vulnerable, a lone female, 16, on her own in Hull city centre late at night.
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"You specifically targeted a vulnerable victim."
Ibrahim was given a 10-year sexual harm prevention order and will have to register as a sex offender for 10 years.
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