A senior employee at a hotel has been found guilty of rape after attacking a man who was attending a job interview, according to police.
The court heard that Szerer raped the 25-year-old man at the Rubens Hotel, in Buckingham Palace Road, Westminster, on April 15 2012, when he went there for an interview for a job which did not exist, police added.
He conducted the interview and then showed the victim around the hotel.
The court heard, police said, that he then took him to the Queen's Suite at the hotel. Szerer then locked the room and proceeded to rape the victim.
The victim kept the assault secret for a year until Szerer sent him a message on a social networking site saying: "Hello stranger".
It was this message which prompted the victim to attend victim support and tell them about the rape, police said. They then encouraged him to contact the Met.
Szerer was arrested and subsequently charged on April 23 2013.
Investigating officer Detective Inspector Lee Davison, of Sexual Offences Exploitation and Child Abuse Command, said: "Szerer abused his position as head house keeper.
"He purposely lured the victim to the hotel on the pretext of a job interview that didn't exist. He then raped him.
"Thankfully, he has been found guilty and I praise the victim today for his decision to report this rape to the police.
"The Metropolitan Police's Sexual Offences Exploitation & Child Abuse Command will pursue all such offenders to bring them to justice and I would encourage anyone who has suffered at the hand of another to report the matter in the knowledge that they will be believed and supported."
Szerer will be sentenced at the Old Bailey on Thursday (July 30).