A perpetrator of one of Australia's 'worst gang rapes' has refused to apologise for his crimes, telling A Current Affair: 'Mate what am I sorry about? I've done my time.'
Belal Hajeid was part of the 'Skaf' gang, a group of teenagers aged 15 to 19 who raped young women in parks and public toilets in the build-up to the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Haheid was sentenced for 10 offences in one of the gang's attacks on two female teenagers in 2002. He served 14 years in jail before being released on parole.
Now, the 36-year-old maintenance worker has been tracked down by A Current Affair, who have asked him if he'd like to apologise.
He told reporter Steve Marshall: 'You know what you are, you're the lowest of all kind. You're lower than scum.'
Hajeid was ordered to pay his victim $100,000 compensation but talked this down to $6,000 by claiming he was 'too poor' to pay.
When asked by A Current Affair if he could afford to pay more, he said 'of course.'
In the 2002 attacks, one of the victims was raped 25 times by 14 men in West Sydney during a six-hour ordeal which a judge described as 'worse than murder.'
Nine of the rapists were found guilty and sentenced to an unprecedented total of more than 240 years. Five of the rapists were never caught.
This article originally appeared on New Idea.