"She became confused ... and did not really understand why the accused was showing her this packet of condoms," the presecutor continued.
Struggling to stay awake, the court heard how she woke to find the Naveed on top of her, reports ABC.
"She did not have the strength to be able to push him off," Trevallion added.
The woman, who was working as a nanny for a family in Sydney’s east, was then dropped off and the court heard that no payment was exchanged.
Naveed was arrested three days later, where he reportedly told police he had consensual sex with the woman.
“I told my barrister and I’ll tell you as well, it was consent[ual] sex,” he is alleged to have said according to the ABC. “I asked her a few times and she said yes.”
“The crown case is that the accused knew the complainant wasn’t consenting or at the very least, didn’t care,” Trevallion said.
The trial continues.