But Judge Paul Glenn said he had to send Wright to prison.
He said: “She must have been terrified. She described feeling sick.
“You have caused her huge problems. She is waiting for specialist counselling and has been left feeling insecure and with feelings of paranoia.
“You are said to feel disgusted by your actions. So you should. Your actions have had a profound effect on the victim.
“I cannot justify any other sentence other than immediate custody. Your behaviour was simply outrageous.”