A Swedish doctor has been sentenced to 10 years in jail after kidnapping a woman and keeping her in a specially constructed sound-proof bunker for six days.
Martin Peter Trenneborg, 38, admitted abducting the women but denied, and was acquitted of, a rape charge.
He must pay 180,000 kronor (£15,000) in damages to his victim; she had asked the court to award her 380,000 kronor (£31,746).
Trenneborg drugged the woman with strawberries spiked with a sedative at her flat in Stockholm before driving her 340 miles (550km) to the purpose-built hide-away in Skane, southern Sweden.
During the trial, the prosecutor Peter Claesson said the doctor had planned to hold her prisoner for two years as his girlfriend.
Defence lawyer Mari Schaub said her client was sad and lonely and “wanted a partner”.
Stockholm’s Disctrict Court said it sentenced Trenneborg to the “long penalty” because he had been “meticulously” planning the crime for a long time.
The bunker where he kept his victim took years to build, with concrete walls 32cm (12in) thick.
Police say it had a stocked fridge, toilet, double bed, an enclosed courtyard and an electronic lock system.
The court statement said: “The doctor subjected the victim to serious risks by medicating her and by keeping her locked up in very unpleasant forms in the light and sound proof bunker.”
Trenneborg claimed during the trial he had a mental disorder, but the court said it was not serious enough to mitigate the crime, or reduce the sentence.
The doctor took the woman to a police station after he realised police were searching for her, to reassure them she was fine.
But officers became suspicious about her behaviour and arrested him later that day after questioning her alone.