Police have launched an investigation after a man was raped in Glasgow's west end in the early hours of the morning (30 November).
The 25-year-old was attacked between midnight and 02:00 as he walked close to Dowanhill Park, near Hyndland Street and Highburgh Road, reported BBC Scotland.
The man had approached the suspect to ask for a cigarette but was then sexually assaulted.
The suspect attacker is described as white, about 6ft tall, in his early 20s, with fair hair and a heavy build and having a Scottish east coast accent.
He was wearing a long black jacket and satchel type bag across his body.
Detective Inspector Steven Watson, of Strathclyde Police, said: ‘This young man has suffered a frightening experience and is very distressed by the incident.
I would ask that anyone who saw someone fitting the description or acting suspiciously to contact police.’
Watson also stated he wants to speak with a witness, a man in his 20s who spoke with the victim shortly after the incident near Hyndland Street and Highburgh Road.
The witness had a Glasgow accent and wore a light-colored hooded top.