An obnoxious pervert was sentenced to four years in prison for sexually abusing a teenage girl who suffered severe head injuries. He pretended that he would help her. 

Sharif Abbas (31), kidnapped the victim, aged 19, after she fell down stairs at Bond Street Tube Station in central London. She was then left with bleeding and a part of her skull visible.

Abbas instead of calling the emergency services, Abbas led a woman with a fractured wrist to a nearby basement, where he performed a sex attack.

After she had sat down for recovery, the sick defendant came to her and put on a TfL high vis jacket. He then told her to stay with him while he searched for a basement in a nearby building.

Sharif Abbas (pictured), 31, kidnapped the 19-year-old victim after she fell down some stairs at Bond Street Tube station in central London and was left bleeding with part of her skull exposed

Sharif Abbas (pictured), 31 kidnapped and left a partially-exposed skull of the victim, 19, after she fell from some stairs at Bond Street Tube station.

After bringing her back, he told her to go to the basement to look at her injuries. Then, he sexually assaulted and assaulted her.

She fell from the Bond Street Tube Station platform at 6:01 AM on June 16, 2019, as she was walking between platforms.

Abbas had accidentally activated a silent alarm when he entered the basement of the building. Police arrived quickly to find Abbas attacking the woman.

Abbas was found standing next to the victim, his hands underneath his clothing, and his fly untucked.

According to police, he took her underneath a covered walkway so that they weren’t visible from the street.

Instead of calling emergency services, Abbas lead the stricken woman, who also had a broken wrist, to a nearby basement where he carried out a sex attack. He claimed he tried to call for an ambulance but CCTV footage shows him on his mobile phone for the duration of the young woman's kidnap and records show he did not dial 999

Abbas took the woman who was also suffering from a fractured wrist to an area basement, where he performed a sex attack. Although he claimed that he attempted to dial 911, CCTV footage of Abbas shows him using his phone throughout the kidnapping and records prove that he didn’t call 999.

Paramedics arrived on the scene and took the victim to west London’s hospital for treatment for a fractured wrist.

The Met Police reports that she is now fully recovered.

Abbas said that it didn’t occur to him to press the emergency button while trying to aid his mother. Police also stated that he walked by at least three additional emergency buttons.

Abbas claimed that he called for help at the Tube station when he couldn’t receive signal. Abbas added that the victim had asked him to not call an ambulance.

He had his cell phone at his ear all the time he kidnapped his victim. According to police, he didn’t call 911 or provide first aid.

His high-vis vest was the same one that he wore when he was working as a bus driver surveyor two years before the attack. However, he was not employed at the time.

Abbas stated to detectives that he always had it on him in case of emergency.

When Abbas was interviewed by detectives, he said it did not occur to him to press an emergency button nearby as he was trying to help her. He also walked past at least three other emergency buttons at Bond Street Station, police said

Abbas said that it didn’t occur to him to press the emergency button while trying to assist his mother. Police also stated that Abbas walked by at least three emergency buttons at Bond Street Station.

Abbas (from Haringey, north London) was today sentenced at Southwark Crown Court. He had been found guilty in an earlier hearing of kidnap, and sexual assault.

Gregory Perrins, the Judge who sentenced Abbas said that he had no doubt they would have done so. [the police officer]You have not been attended at that time. [Abbas]Would have continued to commit more severe sexual assaults.

The trial was held during Covid restrictions. To give evidence, the victim needed to return to the UK.

The Met Police Central West Command Unit’s Detective Constable Nigel Pacquette described the crime as “deplorable” and was the one who investigated.

Following the hearing, Abbas stated: “Abbas was on Tube with a tabard high-vis that would make it appear that he was TfL staff.”

This alone is alarming. However, his acts toward the victim are even more frightening, given that he wasn’t working.

He claimed that she had been taken into his basement by him to inspect her body and make sure there were no cuts or bruises. After which, he said he would help her. But he denied any training in medicine, and he hadn’t taken any steps to heal her severe head injuries.

It is shameful to exploit an injured woman especially when she needs immediate medical attention.

Abbas was arrested at the scene thanks to the prompt thinking of the officers that responded to the call.

“He was manipulative and prey-oriented and this verdict will ensure the protection of other women from him.

I am conscious that this case details and the predatory nature Abbas will cause fear among many women. This type of criminal is being removed from the streets. We’re working to eradicate them.

DC Pacquette paid tribute also to the bravery of the victim.

“The young woman targeted by Abbas was incredibly brave, determined, and patient during this investigation as well as the court proceedings,” he said.

She was declared dead in Britain, so Abbas made her return home to Britain, where she had been placed in quarantine, to be able to testify in court.

“I appreciate her efforts to ensure other women are not subjected to the perverse attentions from this man.

Any victim of sexual offenses can call 101 to report it.