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Islam Jaheed, 26, haunted the woman for months to date her and discovered her whereabouts by following social media updates on Instagram. A criminal reptile who sneaked into his house and followed his victim on Instagram before stealing his underwear was imprisoned. Islam Jaheed, 26, bothered the woman to date her for months, but she repeatedly denied her progress.
Police discovered that Jaheed, who also used the name Zaihid Alom, would constantly send disturbing messages to the victim.
He even followed him to a town hundreds of miles away before he once announced that he was also there in a Snapchat message.
He also threatened to post videos of both of them and, following Instagram updates, discovered where he was.
Jaheed was arrested on March 3 last year after using a key to enter the victim’s apartment in Nottingham while the woman was asleep.
After waking up and started screaming, he fled the scene in his underwear.
She was caught on CCTV of the building and the victim told the police that he had been harassing him for months.
The victim was frozen by his behavior. He had blocked him on various social media platforms, but he had created other accounts begging him to talk to him.
When the police searched his home in Mansfield, Notts, officers found six pairs of underwear in his bedroom.
Jaheed admitted to pursuing the Nottingham Crown Court and was sentenced to one year and four months on Wednesday.
was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £ 149.
Detective Sergeant David Beach of Nottinghamshire’s public protection team said:
“This has been a very long and traumatic road for the victim and I hope she can now leave it behind, knowing that the criminal is behind bars.
“Following is a terrible crime, it can make people feel completely helpless and have a tremendous impact on their lives. I’m glad we could prove how serious this was, and that was reflected in the sentence conclusion given by the courts.
“We hope this will encourage other victims to come forward.
“This behavior is completely unacceptable and we are working to bring the criminals to justice.