A domestic helper who accused her employer of rape said the man had asked if she 'missed having sex' before the alleged attack last year. The first day of Mak Lap-tak's trial in the Court of First Instance heard that the alleged attack came just over a month after the then 28-year-old Filipino arrived in Hong Kong to work for Mak and his family. Mak has pleaded not guilty to one count of rape. On the day of the alleged attack last September, after his wife and two daughters had left the house, Mak asked the helper - a mother of three - to join him in the sitting room at the family's home in Wong Tai Sin, the court heard. After asking if his wife had given her a termination letter because of poor cooking, Mak began to grope the helper, the trial heard. 'He then asked if I missed having sex,' she testified. 'He kissed me ... I tried to move my face away.' Mak then pulled the woman's top and bra over her breasts and fondled her, the court heard. The woman said she had smashed her arm on the door of the couple's bedroom as Mak tried to push her inside. 'I turned and faced him and said, 'Sir, please, no'.' Inside the bedroom, Mak pulled her pants down and tried to penetrate her, the court heard. Mak then took the helper to the couple's bed and removed her clothes, she testified. Wearing a condom, he had intercourse with her, the trial heard. 'I was angry,' the helper said 'And I was afraid ... Afterwards, he asked me, 'Did you enjoy it?'' Senior public prosecutor David Chan asked her if she had consented to sex. 'No, I did not,' the helper said. Soon after, she called her friend, the court heard. 'I told her that my employer raped me,' she said. The trial before Deputy High Court Judge Derek Pang Wai-cheong continues today.