The & # 39; beast of Kavos & # 39 ;, which fell prey to British holidaymakers, posed for carefree photos at the resort where he raped seven women.
Dimitris Aspiotis, who was released from prison 45 years earlier, was depicted on the main strip of the Greek party island of Corfu and drank among tourists.
One image shows the serial sex offender posing behind a bar, while another image shows him taking a selfie while young girls are sitting on the sidewalk behind him.
Dimitris Aspiotis, who was released from prison 43 years earlier, was back on the main strip of the Greek party island of Corfu and asked for a selfie while young girls were sitting on the sidewalk behind him
The photos are likely to haunt his victims, with the rapist presumably chasing over 100 women on the island before they were arrested in 2012.
Aspiotis, 47, was sentenced to 52 years in prison, but was allowed to return to the popular resort without the knowledge of his victims.
Kayleigh Morgan, 32, who has abandoned her anonymity to raise awareness, has undergone a 14-hour trial by Aspiotis on the party island.
The British Airways flight attendant from Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, told The Sunday People: & I want to know why he's gone. I don't believe he has changed. Such a person can never change and now I am terrified that he will do what he has done to me again. When I heard he was gone, I was completely in shock.
One image shows the serial sex offender who is behind a bar. The photos are likely to haunt its victims, with the rapist presumably chasing over 100 women on the island
& # 39; I burst into tears and felt nauseous and disgusted. & # 39;
Without prior warning to one of the women he had attacked, Aspiotis is now living in Kavos, Corfu – despite the Greek authorities claiming that the rapist would not be released conditionally until he was 92 years old.
Kayleigh, who worked as a holiday representative in 2010 when she was raped by Aspiotis, was told to leave the incident behind and enjoy her life by a judge after giving evidence during his trial – she was unaware of his release.
Kayleigh Morgan, 32, who has waived her anonymity to speak out, has undergone a 14-hour trial by Aspiotis on the party island of Corfu
Homeless Aspiotis calmly told one victim not to resist, before raping her six times, she told the court. He is pictured above captured by the police
The attack occurred when she took an afternoon walk along the beach, leaving her visually impaired and drawn after Aspiotis hit her in the face and stole € 1,000 she had collected from her customers.
He dragged her into the woods with her hair to rap her five times.
She told People: & # 39; He had raped one of my guests for me a few days and she described his tattoos to me. He has one that says, "F ** k the police." As soon as I saw those tattoos, I knew what would happen to me. & # 39;
She was not told that Aspiotis would be released early and has suffered PTSD since the rape
Aspiotis let the vacationer lie next to him while he slept, with a knife to her throat, before she could escape hours later about 4 o'clock in the morning when he handed her € 10 and brutally told her to go to the hospital.
Speaking of his release, she said to the website: "I thought he would rot in prison, but he is back in cocktail bars in Kavos."
After the rape, Kayleigh suffered PTSD and was unable to leave the house for months.
The beast was caught 18 days later in the forest where he had lived after he called at a TV station to surrender.
Aspiotis attacked Kayleigh and four other British women aged 18 to 47 during a period of violations within a 46-day period.
The attacks occurred only six weeks after the dangerous rapist was released early after raping three other British women between 1997 and 2005 – although the local authorities claim that the actual number is higher.
Florent Kavadas, a lawyer who represented Aspiotis before his trial in 2012, told The Mirror that the release was due to & # 39; a terrible law & # 39 ;.
Aspiotis is believed to have been released for good conduct under a controversial law that allows criminals to be released early if they follow prison rules.
Disturbing: the & # 39; beast & # 39; would party on a Kavos beach before it raped a woman on a forest trail. He claimed he was forced to rap because he was too & # 39; ugly & # 39; wash for women
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