Directed by George Attwood and Callum Roe
Reynhard Sinaga is the UK’s most prolific rapist. Posing as a good Samaritan outside Manchester nightclubs, he drugged, sexually assaulted and filmed his depraved acts with at least 200 young men for the past 12 years! Sinaga, 36, was found guilty of carrying out a two-and-a-half year campaign in which he approached drunk young men outside Manchester clubs and lured them back to his apartment under the guise of giving them a place to sleep or recharge their phones. When they got there, he gave them drinks spiked with sedatives, prosecutors said, before making sure they were unconscious and then raping them, sometimes for hours. In some cases, he also stole personal items such as watches to keep as “trophies” of his victims.
“He would no doubt still be adding to his staggering tally had he not been caught,” said Ian Rushton, a deputy chief crown prosecutor for the northwest of England. He said Mr. Sinaga “appears to have derived further twisted pleasure from rewatching his films in court and putting victims through the trauma of giving evidence.” He discusses how he has never seen anything quite like it’ and that even for experienced prosecutors, ‘this case was off the scale’.
The film also reveals the details of the world’s worst known rapist directly through firsthand accounts from Sinaga’s most high profile victim, who woke up mid assault, alerting the police and bringing Sinaga’s spree to an end.