A SERIAL rapist dubbed the Beast of Kavos after he preyed on Brit girls on Corfu has posted chilling selfies from the Greek island where he carried out his crimes.
Dimitris Aspiotis, who was shockingly freed from jail four decades early, was seen posing in a pub on the main strip while drinking among unaware hoidaymakers.
Dimitris Aspiotis, who was freed from jail four decades early, seen posing in Corfu[/caption]
One image shows the serial sex offender posing behind a bar with a bottle in his hand[/caption]
In one snap, the bearded 47-year-old is seen staring into the lens with two young women sitting on a step behind him.
The serial rapist is feared to have preyed on more than 100 women visiting the island before being arrested in 2012.
He was sentenced to 52 years in prison, but has been allowed to return back to the popular resort on his early release from jail.
A source who works on the island told the Sunday Mirror : “I was shocked when I saw he was out and back here.
“He was sentenced to 52 years, but didn’t even serve nine. Now he’s carrying on as though nothing ever happened.
“Women who come here need to know who he is and what he’s done.”
In all, Aspiotis was convicted of attacking seven women, but police believe he could have targeted more than 100 over 18 years while prowling the island.
Last week, victim Kayleigh Morgan waived her right to anonymity to talk about his outrageous early release.
The British Airways stewardess from Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, told The Sunday People: “I want to know why he’s out. I don’t believe he’s changed.
Kayleigh Morgan was subjected to a 14-hour ordeal by the so-called Beast of Kavos[/caption]
Aspiotis was jailed for 52 years – but was released just nine years into his sentence[/caption]
“A person like that can never change and now I’m in the face terrified he’ll do what he did to me again to more victims. When I heard he was out I was in complete shock.”
Aspiotis attacked Kayleigh and four other British women age 18 to 47 during a stint of offences within a 46-day period.
The attacks came just six weeks after he was released early after raping three other British woman between 1997 and 2005.
Since his latest release, Aspiotis has insisted he would not reoffend – as he now has a girlfriend.
Speaking to the Sunday Express, he claimed: “I have met a girl and only think of her now. I am not allowed to leave Corfu, but they let me see her on Paxos.”
The rapist even expressed remorse, adding: “I am so sorry. To make it not happen I would do anything.”
And he said his “brain was clear” as he was no longer using hard drugs.
His release comes after his three British victims broke down in tears as they bravely gave evidence against him.
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“He would tell me in broken English, ‘Come on, it is not terrible, I am not a bad man. If you do not resist it will be better.’ He would ask, ‘Is it good? Say yes’.”
It is understood the fiend’s early release is the result of a law passed by a previous Greek government which allows sentences to be reduced in return for good behaviour.
The current government, elected on July 7, has already condemned the law.