A Devon man has been jailed for raping a woman in a field.
Jack Frankum asked the woman for a lift home from an agricultural event.
When she stopped to urinate in the remote location he sexually assaulted and then raped her.
The 28-year-old, from Cheriton Bishop, denied the offence but was found guilty at the end of a trial at Exeter Crown Court.
He has been sentenced to eight years in prison. The victim said memories of her ordeal were like a “horrible shadow” following her.
Frankum will serve two thirds of the eight years in prison, with the remainder on licence.
The offences took place one evening in August 2019. The court heard how the victim had pleaded with him to stop.
She described how, after the offences, Frankum had acted like nothing had happened and tried to make small talk and unrelated conversation. In police interviews she said the ordeal had left her feeling worthless and frightened of Frankum.
She said: “I find it hard to put into words how strongly I feel about this. I hate him and the mark he had left upon me.”