A rapist released from prison early for good behaviour brutally attacked a teenage student less than a year later. Chan Chi-wa, 34, was sent back to jail yesterday after a High Court jury convicted him of rape and non-consensual buggery. 'Your repetition of the rape offence a short time after your release shows you to be a person from whom society should be protected,' Mr Justice Arthur Leong Shiu-chung told Chan as he sentenced him to 10 years. The transport worker had been sentenced to 10 years in prison for rape in 1988, but was released in January last year. He had been free for less than a year when he met his 17-year-old victim on December 28. The girl was drinking with friends at a pub in Central. Chan was also in the pub. He recognised one of the victim's friends and joined the group. Seeing that the girl was on the brink of tears, he suggested the two of them go to a Wan Chai bar to lift her spirits. From there he lured her to a motel room. Once inside, Chan would not let her leave. He slapped her face and raped her as she sobbed with fear. He then committed buggery. Afterwards, Chan was said to have told his victim to wash. He then raped her again as she left the toilet.