A SEX attacker raped a teenage girl at a house in Renfrew after claiming he wanted “five minutes of fun”.

Ramsay Morris was convicted at the High Court in Glasgow last week after pouncing on the 15-year-old in the town back in 2010.

The court heard the 26-year-old initially “pressured” the girl to kiss him.

In his closing speech, prosecutor Michael Meehan told jurors: “There was no one in the house at the time.

“He stated that he wanted ‘five minutes of fun’. 

“He then unbuttoned his trousers and the girl said ‘no’.”

Morris also said to his young victim: “Have you never done this before? Well, you have now.”

The barman, also of Renfrew, sobbed in the dock last week after he was convicted following a trial.

He was also found guilty of the attempted rape of a woman in 2011 as well as sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl the same year.

As he was led in handcuffs to the cells, Morris shouted at the bench: “Why? I did not do anything!”

He was remanded in custody pending sentencing next month.

Following the rape, Morris’s attack on a 14-year-old girl took place at the same house in Renfrew.

She had initially agreed to watch a film with Morris.

But the teenager had to flee from the house and had to be picked up by her mother.

Morris then tried to rape a woman at a house in King’s Park, Glasgow, later in 2011.

He struck after she bent down to pick up a phone.

Jurors at the High Court heard he forced his hand into her mouth to “stop her moaning”.

Judge Michael O’Grady QC deferred sentencing for reports.

Morris was remanded in custody in the meantime.

Children’s charity, the NSPCC, praised Morris’s victims for their bravery in speaking out about their horrifying ordeals.

A spokesman for the charity said: “The victims of these horrendous crimes have shown enormous bravery in speaking out about what happened to them and we hope they now receive the support they need to recover.

“NSPCC Scotland works in schools and in the community to prevent abuse and neglect and anyone worried about a child or about past abuse can contact our helpline to seek advice.”

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