A pair of rapists who brutally attacked two teenage girls in a Harrow park face prison next month after being convicted.
One of the two, 19-year-old Binak Hasa, was charged with anal rape following the attack on September 3.
But the teen from Salmon Street, Kingsbury, changed his plea to guilty, on two counts of rape, just weeks before the trial was due to start.
Jeton Jashari, 18, of Toorack Road, Harrow, however, was subject to a week-long trial and was found guilty by a jury at Harrow Crown Court yesterday.
It emerged in court that the two girls, who cannot be named for legal reasons, first caught the eye of Hasa on a 183 bus journey from Kingsbury to Harrow.
His brother, who was also on the bus, then followed them from Harrow Bus Station, in College Road, to Lowlands Recreation Ground, where Hasa and Jashari later caught up with them the court heard.
Hasa's brother left swiftly, saying he didn't want anything to do with it, but the other two, both of Albanian decent, began chatting to the girls on a fallen log.
When left alone Jashari pushed the frightened teen to the floor and held her down in the mud - before taking off his trousers and forcing her to perform oral sex on him.
During the investigation a cigarette butt with Jashari's DNA was found in the nearby wood while the victim said in interview that her attacker wore a distinctive black leather belt with a buckle containing a fake diamond encrusted J.
An identical belt was found by police in Jashari's house.
The pair now face lengthy sentences when they reappear at court on April 2.