A convicted sex attacker who raped a woman hours before marrying his pregnant fiance was given three life sentences on Friday.
Derry McCann, 28, carried out the savage two-hour assault in the early hours of the morning before tying the knot.
Judge Martyn Zeidman branded McCann a "monster" and described the rape as "amounting to torture" before jailing him for at least nine years.
McCann attacked the 24-year-old woman in a park in east London, on January 13 this year after he was released from prison early for a similar attack.
He married his fiance later that day and posted pictures of himself with his new wife on his public Facebook page.
Just hours before, he had subjected his victim to a two hour ordeal, in which he toyed with his victim before raping her.
Kate Bex, prosecuting, said: "McCann said he was just f****ing with her, demeaning her was clearly the theme of his interrogation.
"When raping her he made her describe what was going on.
"When she said they were having sex, he said 'that's not true, what's happening?'
"She responded 'it's rape, you're raping me'.
"He appeared to like her saying that.
"She described him as clearly wanting to feel superior.
"She described how she went to another place and in her head counting to 100 over and over again.
"He said 'what are they going to think of you now? Your boyfriend will never want to be with you now'.
"This was a long drawn out psychological game."
The victim thought she would be murdered throughout the nightmare, but McCann ran off after making her stand still in the bushes.
He was arrested after the victim described details of the attack to police which closely resembled his 2006 attack for which he received nine years too.
The victim identified him in an ID parade six days later.
CCTV showed McCann lurking in a park that night and he nearly assaulted another women earlier, who exited the park just as he was about to grab her.
Judge Martyn Zeidman QC sentenced him to three concurrent life sentences for three counts of rape.
He said: "Friday 13 January 2017 is a date that your victim will never forget.
"Raping this victim in this way and doing it in a manner that amounted to torture, playing games, asking her what she thought you were going to do next and taunting her for almost two hours.
"Adding to the psychological harm, you setup to degrade and humiliate her in ways that are so cruel and gross that I will not identify them further.
"I'm worried that you might relish a recital of it.
"Amazingly, just hours later you married your pregnant girlfriend.
"I'm just wondering what sentence you would impose if someone had done this to your wife or a female friend of yours.
"The wrongdoing in this case is made even worse by the serious violence you have carried out before.
"There's no doubt that this case requires a life sentence and any sentence needs to give sufficient protection to the public.
"Parole will not consider your release until you have served nine years.
"After nine years you will not be released, but the second stage of your sentence begins, and you may be in there forever if necessary.
"I wish to pay tribute to the bravery and immense courage of the victim and its as a result of her immense courage that this dangerous criminal has been put away."
According to McCann's defence barrister he has attempted suicide since being locked up in Belmarsh prison.
Edmund Vickers QC, defending said: "He fully accepts the depravity of his offence.
"He is devastated not about his current predicament but about the offence and the effect on the victim".
McCann was sentenced for nine years in 2006 for attacking a young lawyer, and a judge had said there was a "very substantial risk" he would strike again.
But he was released on licence in December 2015 and was drinking with friends on the eve of his wedding.
Kate Bex, earlier described the run up to the attack: "It was about midnight or just a little after and the victim was walking a short distance home having been out at an art gallery and socialising with friends.
"She avoided walking through the middle of the park as that was too dangerous.
"Unfortunately when near the exit to the park the defendant grabbed her arm and pulled her off the path to one side and began a sustained and systematic attack, penetration of every orifice accompanied by unusual conversation with the victim best described as mind games as an attempt to control her."
Describing the sex attacker's previous conviction, the prosecutor added: "The oldest conviction may be of some relevance to the offence as the circumstances are very similar."
McCann was 17 and on a tag for burglary when he preyed on the 30-year-old trainee lawyer as she made her way home through another east London park in May 2006.
After snatching the woman's handbag he chillingly told an accomplice: "I'm gonna have some fun with this one."
He then dragged her down to the secluded banks of a pond in a park to inflict a string of disturbing sexual assaults.