A bricklayer who threatened a nurse with a sawn-off shotgun while sexually assaulting her alongside his mate will spend four months behind bars.
Nicholas Morse, 23, held the gun centimetres from the 25-year-old victim's ribs at his Redan home, also squeezing her breasts and buttocks through her clothes as he forced himself on her amid a barrage of vulgar taunts.
His mate and co-offender, 23-year-old Jack Cowton, also groped and taunted the woman who arrived at Morse's place after work with the latter man's sister on July 15, 2017.
Morse was jailed for four months by Victoria's County Court on Friday, after a jury found him guilty of two counts of sexual assault and one of being armed with criminal intent.
When released from prison, he must perform 200 hours of unpaid work as part of a two-year community correction order.
Cowton was spared jail and handed a similar community correction order after pleading guilty to two counts of sexual assault.
The duo had been drunk on stubbies with a third man the day of the assault, with Morse telling the victim "I haven't had sex in a month-and-a-half".
The woman was then called names including a "bitch" and "slut" and was told she had a "nice arse underneath all those clothes".
The duo played music with offensive lyrics and molested the nurse, who was told one of the men was a bikie before having the shotgun pointed at her.
Judge Howard Mason labelled the gun stunt "cheap and pathetic".
"From the moment she arrived, the victim was exposed to disgusting acts," he said.
The ordeal has left the woman humiliated and in constant fear, costing her sleep as well as her happiness and relationships, she told the court in a statement.
Morse, who will soon be a dad, has already served 14 days' pre-sentence detention.
He vomited in the dock after being sentenced.
The jury could not reach a majority verdict on Morse's rape charge, while they found him not guilty of assault with the intent to commit a sexual offence.