Sudanese asylum seeker assaulted young girl in Britain
An asylum seeker who sexually assaulted a 12-year-old girl in a park has been jailed.
Mobarak Hussein approached the girl and her five-year-old sister in August 2005 on Southsea seafront and asked the 12-year-old to get in his car.
When she refused he followed the two youngsters into a nearby park and sat on a bench next to the 12-year-old.
The 30-year-old pervert then indecently assaulted the girl.
The girl told her mother, who reported the incident to police and Hussein was arrested soon after.
At Portsmouth Crown Court Hussein, who comes from Sudan, was jailed for 18 months.
Judge Gareth Cowling praised the actions of the girl's mother and recommended Hussein should be deported after he has served his sentence
A final decision will be taken by the Home Office when he is released.
Hussein, of Tredegar Road, Southsea, was found guilty of a sexual assault on a child under 13. He had denied the charge.
He will remain on the sex offenders' register for 10 years and has been disqualified from working with children.
Asylum seeker assaulted young girl