An alleged rape victim came under fire yesterday for not recording the address of the building where she said the attack had occurred. Barrister Peter Pannu asked the 21-year-old why she had engaged in what he described as 'carefree conduct' after the alleged assault by Sohail Nadeem, 27, on May 4 last year. Nadeem has pleaded not guilty to one count of rape. 'If you were truly raped as you had claimed, why didn't you take down the building number, the unit number or the name of the street?' Mr Pannu asked at the hearing in the Court of First Instance. 'Why weren't you able to do that?' 'At that time, I was already very blank,' replied the woman, who cannot be identified. 'As soon as I came out [of the building], I simply thought of going home.' Under cross examination, the woman agreed that she had not shouted for help when she left Nadeem's Cameron Road flat. The woman later called police after realising that she was bleeding from her anal area, the court heard. This week, the woman identified Nadeem as the man who had attacked her after she left a friend's birthday party. The woman testified that she had consumed as many as 10 drinks at a Tsim Sha Tsui bar. After the party, she recalled walking down the street in an alcoholinduced haze, leaning on her friend for support. Soon after, her friend was gone and a man had embraced her, she testified. The man said 'no problem, no problem' in Cantonese as he led her to his flat, the trial heard. Nadeem then allegedly forced sex on the woman, including anal intercourse. The alleged victim, who testified that she had repeatedly resisted Nadeem, said she agreed to his request for her telephone number out of fear. He then called her to test the phone number, which left his contact information on her mobile, the court heard. At the urging of police, the woman called Nadeem to arrange a meeting at a Kowloon restaurant where he was arrested. The case continues.