Man "disgusted after alleged serial killer filmed sex with him"
A young transgender man told of his "disgust" at finding out alleged serial killer Stephen Port had sex with him while he was unconscious - and filmed it.
Port is on trial at the Old Bailey accused of killing four young men by spiking their drinks with fatal doses of date rape drug GHB in order to have sex with them while they slept.
He is also accused of luring a number of other young men to his home in Barking, east London, to drug and rape them in similar circumstances.
One of the alleged rape victims, who cannot be named for legal reasons, told jurors he was first in contact with 41-year-old Port through Facebook.
He went to stay at his flat because he wanted to get back at his boyfriend for being unfaithful, he said.
He told how one evening he had three or four vodka and cokes and passed out while Port was having sex with him.
In the morning the alleged victim, who was also on medication for an earlier injury, said he felt sick and hungover.
Port told him he had carried on having sex with him that night even though he was unconscious, the court heard.
The man told jurors. "I felt angry because you don't carry on having sex with someone when they pass out. I said 'you're disgusting'."
Prosecutor Jonathan Rees QC asked if he agreed Port could have sex with him while he was unconscious, and the witness said he had not.
Mr Rees asked: "Did you come to learn whether he had done anything else?"
The young man replied: "He video recorded it using his phone. He showed me, I wasn't moving.
"He said he done it so he could watch it over a month later. I just felt disgusted.
"I just thought he was disgusting and vile.
"He thought it was fine. He thought it was funny."
Another young man also told jurors that he felt "very uncomfortable" when police showed him stills from videos Port had taken of himself having sex with him.
On Friday, jurors were told 83 home-made sex videos had been retrieved from Port's mobile phone, including six of the man while he was unconscious.
In all, Port has pleaded not guilty to 29 offences against a total of 12 men - including four murders, seven rapes, four sex assaults and administering a substance with intent.