Ahmad Faiq, Ameen Noori and Nasir Huq, all 18, outside Croydon Magistrates’ Court. Photo courtesy of: Croydon Advertiser
Two teenagers have appeared in court accused of raping women with learning difficulties.
Ameen Noori and Nasir Huq, 18, are charged with raping the two alleged victims at a flat in Croydon in April 2013.
A third man, Ahmad Faiq, also 18, is accused of attempting to rape the women at the same address.
The three college students appeared at Croydon Magistrates’ Court today (Wednesday).
Aided by an interpreter, they spoke only to confirm their names and addresses.
Noori, of St James’s Road, Croydon, is charged with one count of raping a woman aged 16 years or over between April 17 and April 20, 2013.
He is also accused of attempting to rape a woman at the flat between April 4 and April 7, 2013.
Huq, of Neville Road, Croydon, is charged with raping a woman at the address between April 17 and April 20, 2013.
Faiq, of Parry Road, South Norwood, faces a charge of attempting to rape a woman aged 16 or over between April 4 and April 7, 2013.
He is also charged with assault by penetration of a female over the age of 13 between the same dates.
The defendants did not enter a plea and were given conditional bail until a hearing a Croydon Crown Court on October 1.
They must not apply for travel documents, contact the prosecution witnesses and report to Croydon Police Station on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.