A girl described feeling “violated” after she said she was sexually touched in an ambulance by a paramedic taking her to hospital in Huddersfield.

The complainant, then aged 18, said on a video played in evidence to a jury at Leeds Crown Court that she did not know what to say or do when Dale Kirby put his hand up her dress.

Kirby, 34, denies two charges of assault on November 30, 2014 when the drunken teenager was in the back of the ambulance.

She said she had drunk a glass of wine with lemonade and two glasses of vodka and orange at a friend’s home before they went out for the night in Huddersfield.

Once there she and a friend shared another bottle of wine with some lemonade and eventually she began to feel ill. She said she had only eaten some toast before going out and did not normally drink wine and she began throwing up.

Staff in the bar where they were drinking told her friends to take her outside and two of them helped her because she “felt like a dead weight, I physically couldn’t move myself.”

Once outside she was on a bench and passed in and out of consciousness. Her friend was also “out of it.”

Leeds Combined Courts, Crown Court.

She said no taxi would take them and people were laughing at them. She said she was crying for her mother. “I kept shaking, I don’t have fits like, but it were like I was fitting.”

At one stage outside a takeaway a man who said he was a doctor had put her in the recovery position and an ambulance was called.

Kirby and another paramedic arrived with the ambulance from the Brighouse ambulance station.

She said she remembered being on a stretcher but not actually being put into the back of the ambulance. Her friend was also in the back but “she was just out of it.”

Their third friend sat in front with the driver. The complainant said at one stage Kirby looked around and was whistling “as if to see like if anyone was watching.”

“That’s when he slid his hand up my dress.”

She said he touched her with his fingers after moving her knickers aside. “I knew it was wrong but I didn’t know what to do like, I just froze.

“He kept doing it and then I flinched. He like moved and said ‘I’ll check your friend’s bloods.”

She said Kirby went over and sat her friend up and used stethoscope checking her back then laid her back down.

“He came back and did it again.”

She said she next woke up in hospital with no memory of being taken out of the ambulance. A nurse was trying to take some blood but the girl said: “I told her not to touch me.”

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She described crying for her mother and then told the nurse “He touched me.” When the nurse asked who “I said the paramedic in the ambulance.

“I felt like my body were just like being violated, I’m not one of those girls that goes out and dresses like inappropriately. I just felt like disgusting, why was someone doing this to me and I didn’t know what to do or say.”

The jury was told by Gerald Hendron prosecuting that when Kirby was interviewed about the allegations he said he might have touched the girl accidentally once when she pulled her knickers down as if trying to go to the toilet and he pulled them back up as the ambulance went over a bump.

He denied it was intentional or that it happened twice.

The trial continues.