Hotel nightstalker is jailed for 14 years after conning room keys out of staff ...

Hotel nightstalker is jailed for 14 years after conning room keys out of staff ...
Hotel nightstalker is jailed for 14 years after conning room keys out of staff ...

A hotel nightstalker who sexually assaulted lone women in their rooms after conning receptionists he was their husband to get keys has been jailed for 14 years.

Depraved Wembley Stadium steward Hugo Delgado, 21, targeted victims as he lurked near where they were staying.

He followed them into the hotels and attempted to con receptionists he was their husband to get key cards so he could attack them.

Delgado, ruled a 'danger' in a his pre-sentence report, even carried on sexually offending after he was arrested - exposing himself to a female prison guard as he was on remand.

Today the criminal - described by Scotland Yard as a 'very organised and dangerous individual' - was taken off the streets for good.

He was jailed for 14 years at Wood Green Crown Court after being found guilty of assault by penetration, sexual assault and trespass with intent to commit a sexual offence. He must serve ten in custody and four on license.

It came after a seven-day trial and a police investigation lasting over a year that saw heart-stopping footage of him prowling hotel corridors after one attack.

And today officers urged any further victims to come forward, adding it was 'unlikely these were his first offences'.

Superintendent Daniel Rutland told MailOnline: 'He was a very organised and dangerous individual. He is a predatory offender and you can see from his history and the type of things he has done that he is opportunistic.

'These are two violent offences and someone that is offending in that sort of way – it's unlikely that these are his first offences.

Wembley Stadium steward Hugo Delgado, 21, targeted lone women in hotels during attacks

Wembley Stadium steward Hugo Delgado, 21, targeted lone women in hotels during attacks

'If there are any other victims that have been attacked in that way they need to get in contact with the police.

'I think his crimes show sheer front. If you are as confident as he was I think people at hotel desks would take him at face value. His pattern of behaving, the fact he continued to offend on remand, in my mind he would have carried on offending.

'He is very opportunistic, the second hotel offence it's particularly worrying that he could come and go and do that. His offences are outrageous – he is capable of doing anything. It horrifies me that people like this are out there.'

Delgado's first known attack happened on October 6, 2019, at a hotel in Shoreditch, 

He approached a lone woman, who was in her 50s, in a hotel corridor as she was entering her room.

Delgado lied he room was his and she showed him her key card to show him he was wrong.

At 10.51pm that night he claimed to be the husband of the victim and conned reception out of a key card.

He left the hotel but returned at 3am the next morning and used it to get into her room at 3.07am.

Delgado can be seen on chilling CCTV prowling through the hotel before catching the lift

Delgado can be seen on chilling CCTV prowling through the hotel before catching the lift

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