Two robbers forced man to twerk to gangster music in his Pokémon onesie at knifepoint during 90-minute ordeal.
Ana Khan, 28, and Tanieka Higgins, 25, attacked Christopher Pugh before keeping him hostage at their home
The deranged pair forced the terrified 26-year-old to twerk in his Pokemon onesie while another person filmed him during the sickening 90-minute ordeal.
The victim finally managed to flee out of a window and raised the alarm following the attack on March 14.
Jailing Khan and Higgins for three years each at Nottingham Crown Court, Judge Jeremy Lea, said: “He was, in effect, falsely imprisoned and this was really cruel, bullying behaviour
“He was humiliated, he was made a figure of fun for your own amusement and then you filmed him.
“Knives were produced by both of you, not just once, but on a number of occasions. His ordeal lasted for about an hour-and-a-half.
“It only came to an end, in that he was so frightened he managed to escape through a window.”
The court heard that Khan lived in the same shared three-storey house as Mr Pugh in Beckenham Road, Radford, Notts, when he was attacked on March 14 this year.
She knocked on his door at 11am and asked to borrow his phone because she had no credit on her own.
He handed the mobile to her, then followed her into her room to collect it, only to find mum-of-three Higgins, of Burhill, Cotgrave, in her room.