A man has sentenced to four years in prison after sexually assaulting a teenage girl on a bus in west London.
Adam Jeby, then 23, attacked the girl on a bus in Hounslow on September 29 last year, before physically and sexually assaulting her again at a nearby bus stop, injuring her face, police said.
The girl was left “scared and vulnerable” after the brutal assault, officers added.
Jeby was tracked down nearly a month later on a bus to Heathrow by Metropolitan Police transport detectives and charged with two counts of sexual assault, criminal damage and assault by beating.
He pleaded guilty to all charges at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court on October 25, 2019.
Jeby was sentenced on Friday, more than ten months after pleading guilty, to four years in prison and an extended licence of two years.
Detective Constable Tony Barun, who led the investigation, said: “Jeby’s behaviour that afternoon was completely unacceptable and following a thorough investigation he was quickly tracked down by police.
“He not only sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl on public transport but went on to physically attack her, leaving her feeling scared and vulnerable.
“We hope this sentence allows her to move on and shows our commitment to removing dangerous offenders from our streets.”