A TEENAGE rapist defiantly hurled abuse at a High Court judge yesterday after being jailed for five years for his part in a gang attack on a 13-year-old girl. Chow Siu-hei, 18, then struggled with Correctional Services Department officers as he was dragged to the cells. His barrister, Fu Chong-sang, had urged the judge to send Chow to a training centre. But Mr Justice Seagroatt told Chow: 'I do not think training centre is appropriate in your case. There is no method of dealing with you properly other than by way of imprisonment.' The teenager did not at first seem to understand he had been given a jail term. He became angry when realisation dawned and he swore at the judge. Chow was one of two youths who raped a 13-year-old girl who had run away from home. A third teenager, Tsang Hin-fung, who was only 16 at the time of the attack, did not have sex with her but held her down while she was being raped. He was sentenced to a training centre. Chow and Tsang both pleaded not guilty but were convicted of rape. The third rapist has not been caught. The attack took place after the girl had gone on a night out with friends in December last year. She had been staying with her friends after leaving home. She met the defendants near the Star Ferry pier in Tsim Sha Tsui. The girl played finger-guessing games with the youths and drank beer. Later she went in a taxi with them hoping for a place to spend the night, the court heard. She went with them to a stone hut where more beer was consumed and she was given a pill. The girl fell asleep and woke up to find herself being raped. Prosecutor Peter Chapman said: 'She was feeling groggy. She was too weak to even open her eyes to consciously assess the situation.' Mr Justice Seagroatt told the defendants that girls who ran away from home, indulged in illegal sex, and led indisciplined lives were not 'fair game'. Chow had regarded the victim as someone who would be easy to take advantage of, he added. The judge said: 'You knew she did not consent and although she may have been asleep when you started, when she became awake and aware you persisted and forced yourself upon her.' He added: 'You also knew that she was being held so as to prevent her from resisting. It is a violation of a girl or a woman to force intercourse upon her.' Tsang, he said, had added to the girl's feeling of helplessness by holding her down. But he had been influenced by older men and had shown kindness towards the victim after she had been raped.