Monster raped girl, 11, while wearing horrifying wolf mask and latex gloves

An evil pAedo who raped an 11-year-old schoolgirl in broad daylight whilst wearing a horrifying wolf mask has been sent behind bars.

The monster, named only as Christoph K because of strict German privacy laws, jumped out on his victim and hauled her into bushes.

Wearing latex gloves, he then covered her face with her own jacket whilst he raped her.

Terrifying Christoph stalked his victim and even took pictures of her before he pounced in the Munich attack.

The 45-year-old told the horrified youngster: "Lay still for at least five minutes, I know where you live and I will harm you and your family if you tell them."

But the brave girl told her parents when she got home and police soon worked out it was Christoph.

They arrested him at his work two days later when his DNA was found on the victim’s clothes and the crime scene.

The beast had already been sentenced to 11 months in jail for 17 counts of child abuse in 2010.

But he was locked up in a secure psychiatric clinic in Munich and had been let out to stay in an assisted-living unit.

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During the Tuesday court trial, Christoph K. admitted he covered his face with a wolf mask before putting it in a bin near his house.

He also confessed to dragging the girl into the bushes and raping her.

The wicked predator was sentenced to 12 years in prison for the attack, despite prosecutors requesting 14 years.

Lawyers were unsuccessful in their defence plea to have Christoph put into psychiatric care.

The judge accepted that he had thought through and prepared for the assault before he carried it out, which supported the prosecutor's case that he knew what he was doing.

Christoph did not speak during the trial and wore a mask so he could not be identified.

If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 0845 30 30 900 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.

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