"The depravity of your sexual attack upon a woman to whom you had just inflicted serious injury is contemptible." In his final attack, on March 12, Hakeem entered a building next to the Dandenong Scout hall and forced his way into a room where he confronted a girl and boy, both 16.
Hakeem punched both of them in the face before slicing the girl's clothes off with a razor blade.
Information provided at the time of the 47-year-olds arrest said he gained access to the hospital outside visiting hours about 9.10pm and entered a room shared by two female patients.
Justice Murray Kellam said the attack was "beyond the comprehension of any decent person.
Hakeem Hakeem, 21, was yesterday sentenced to 24 years' jail, with a non-parole period of 17 years, for a string of depraved sexual attacks in Melbourne's southeast in March 2005.
The Supreme Court heard that, just one month after arriving in Australia, Hakeem set out on a drug and alcohol-fuelled campaign of terror on the streets of Dandenong.
Serving six life sentences without parole and is currently (April 2011) appealing a 2009 Victorian Supreme Court decision to deny his request to be given a minimum term.
Appeal against his life-without-parole sentence was refused in December 2012.