A businessman was yesterday found guilty of sneaking into a Thai tourist's bedroom and raping her. The victim, 21, woke in the night to discover a naked man lying on top of her, tearing at her clothes. A High Court jury took six hours to find Wong Kwong-yick, 29, guilty of rape. He had denied the charge. The mother of two had come to Hong Kong to visit her twin sister, but limited space at her sister's flat forced her to spend the night with family friends. On March 9, the victim, her sister and brother-in-law and some of his friends gathered at a flat to sing karaoke. The flat belonged to family friend Chuen Chin-fai, who invited Wong to join them. The tourist said she sang songs, but declined the beer the men were drinking. As the night progressed, Wong tried to get closer to his victim. But she rebuffed his advances, withdrawing her hand when he held it, and moving away from him. When her sister and brother-in-law got up to leave, the Thai woman asked if she could go with them. But her sister said there was no spare room at her flat, and asked her to stay at their friend's flat. Later, she awoke suddenly when she felt someone pressing against her, prosecutor Francis Lo said. Wong had entered her room naked, yanked back the covers and crawled on top of her. He pulled down her underpants and raped her before she managed to struggle free. Deputy Judge Wayne Wilson adjourned sentencing until October 8 pending background and probation reports.