A married man was yesterday acquitted of rape during a secret date on a fish raft. The Crown decided to offer no further evidence after the woman finished testifying in the High Court. Deputy Judge Michael Hartmann said the woman's testimony was inconsistent and there was no supporting evidence. He directed the jury to enter a verdict of not guilty. It had been alleged the 22-year-old woman was raped by decorator Cheung Kwok-fai, 31, on June 4 last year. She said Cheung had imprisoned her on the raft and forced her to have sex. The woman testified she called the police from the raft after the alleged attack and the man was arrested when they returned to shore. The woman admitted that when she made the 999 call she only asked the police to rescue her and made no mention of rape. Defence lawyer Raymond Yu Chiu-cheuk repeatedly asked the woman why she had not complained that Cheung had raped her to at least three police officers she had spoken to at the time. The woman wept and told the court: 'I don't know.'