A TERRIFIED woman was raped by four men after passers-by ignored her cries for help as she was attacked in an MTR station, a jury heard yesterday. The 25-year-old said several people walked by as she was accosted near an escalator at Mongkok station, but no one came to her aid. One man even stood watching but then went away without helping her, the High Court heard. The woman was then marched to a nearby villa where she was raped by four men in turn. The attack began at the MTR escalator when Wong Chin-man, 18, pushed her to the ground, the court heard. Another man then 'ferociously' threatened to strike her head with a mobile telephone, it was alleged. While this was happening, people passed by, going in and out of the station, the court heard. Prosecutor Laura Millar asked: 'Did any of them come to your assistance?' The woman replied: 'Some people saw it. One of them stood and watched but he did not say anything. Then he went away. 'When I shouted for help, one of the men threatened to strike me with the telephone. No one came to my assistance.' The woman was forced to get up and walk to the villa on a route that took her past her home. 'I called out for my boyfriend, but no one answered. There was no response,' she said. Wong denies raping the woman on March 26. The attack at the MTR station took place at 7 am that day, a Sunday. None of the other men involved in the alleged rape has been arrested. The woman, a nightclub hostess, said the men had accosted her after she was given a $600 tip by one of them at the club. They accused her of cheating him out of the money and she claims they threatened to beat her to death. Once inside the villa, she was taken to a room, held down and stripped. Again, she cried for help but was told no one would rescue her. Four men, including Wong, then took it in turns to have sex with her, it was alleged. She said she was forced to have intercourse six times. Wong held her down by her shoulders and another gang member pushed down on her thighs as the first alleged rape took place. The woman said the men often laughed as they were raping her. 'I thought I was going to die. I felt dizzy,' she said. The trial, before Mr Justice Leong, continues today.