BEAST of Kavos rapist who attacked British women has been seen boozing in a bar after he was freed 45 years early.
Dimitris Aspiotis was handed 52 years in prison for attacks on the party island of Corfu.
But the 47-year-old brute served less than nine years.
After being freed Aspiotis returned to Kavos where he raped British holidaymaker Kayleigh Morgan in a horrifying 14-hour ordeal.
In August it was revealed that Aspiotis was drinking in bars popular with tourists and later he posted selfies from the resort.
In a bid to warn holidaymakers of the danger, a This Morning camera crew tracked him down to a bar and confronted him with his crimes against a string of British women.
Aspiotis covered his face and scurried away to a dark corner of the venue.
During a 46-day drug-fuelled rampage he dragged women into woodland, raped them at knife-point for hours before robbing them.
One of his victims, Kayleigh Morgan, 32,bravely waived her anonymity to talk about her ordeal on and warn others.
Appearing on This Morning, Ms Morgan said business owners should ban Aspiotis for the safety of their customers.
She said: “They claim they’re bothered about tourism.
“But how can they be bothered about tourism when a rapist is on the loose?”
Since his latest release, Aspiotis has insisted he won’t not re-offend — because he’s got a girlfriend now.
One image shows the serial sex offender posing behind a bar with a bottle in his hand[/caption]
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Speaking to the Sunday Express, Aspiotis 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” because 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.
One of the women, then 27, said: “He would talk to me politely, calmly, and then rape me.
“Within that time he raped me a total of six times.”
Aspiotis was jailed for 52 years – but was released just nine years into his sentence[/caption]
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