Tanzanian student jailed for attempted rape in UK THISDAY REPORTER & AGENCIES Dar es Salaam A 27-YEAR OLD Tanzanian man has been jailed for 27 months in the United Kingdom for keeping a young woman imprisoned in his car in a terrifying ordeal after she refused his demands for sex. The Wolverhampton Crown Court heard how Tanzanian student Khalid Kajun, of Roseland Avenue in Wolverhampton, had put the young victim through a dreadful and unpleasant experience which left her feeling vulnerable and anxious in the company of men. Kajun is reported to have admitted assault and false imprisonment, and was jailed by Judge Sybil Thomas on Friday last week. Latest media reports from the UK say Kajun had been out drinking with the woman and other friends, and later that evening - instead of driving her home - he took the girl to his own house. The Prosecutor, Simon Davis, said while Kajun felt there was some chance of sexual contact, the woman apparently considered him just a friend. According to the prosecution, Kajun told her: You are coming into the houseand would not take no for an answer. The woman could not escape out of the Toyota Celica because he had parked it right next to a wall. It was stated in court that Kajun told the woman he wanted sex with her, but she refused in no uncertain terms, only for Kajun to grab her roughly and cause bruising to her legs and arms. The woman then threatened to break one of the car windows, but Kajun produced a screwdriver which is said to have made her extremely frightened. She begged for him to let her go, and finally managed to escape by climbing over him, getting out of the drivers door, and running to a nearby house for help. The prosecution said after the police were informed, they went to Kajun�s house and seized the car without his knowledge. And when he went to the police to report his car stolen, he was arrested. In sentencing, the judge told the defendant that the psychological damage he inflicted on the woman was considerable, and recommended that he be deported back to his native Tanzania once he completed his sentence. Kajuns lawyer, Gurdeep Garcha, said the defendant had completely misread the situation and wanted to return to his home country to put the whole incident behind him.