A person who pressured a Polish guy to paintings 20 hours an afternoon making greetings playing cards and locked him in a loft throughout the evening has been jailed.
Edward Zielinski, 42, of Birkin Avenue in Hyson Green, Nottingham, made two males to paintings for very little cash.
He admitted two counts of recent slavery and used to be sentenced to a few years and 4 months in jail.
Judge Gregory Dickinson QC informed Zielinski he had handled the sufferers in a “thoroughly degrading way”.
Sentencing him at Nottingham Crown Court, he added: “You made them are living in squalor and took away their earning.
“You took away their dignity as human beings, you totally exploited their vulnerability, you have been in a position to forehead beat and regulate them thru threats and intimidation.”
The offences happened between 31 May 2013 and 1 June 2017.
Nottinghamshire Police stated father-of-two Zielinski kept dangle of the lads’s ID paperwork and ceaselessly threatened them with violence.
He would additionally pressure his sufferers to urinate in plastic bottles at evening slightly than wake him and his spouse.
The first sufferer later got to work for an employment company, however regardless of incomes about £300 per week he used to be handiest paid with cigarettes, alcohol, the occasional items of clothes and £10 money.
The sufferer, who sought after to stay nameless, stated he ran away two times however used to be discovered by way of Zielinski and taken again to the loft.
“I slept on the wooden floor, there was no mattress, nothing. I had a blanket to cover myself and I wore a jacket,” he added.
“He used to be unpredictable and if I requested him for the rest I used to be scared he would hit me. He did not harm me as a result of I needed to move to paintings and glance customary.
“I’ve observed a pal being assaulted by way of him a couple of instances.”
Both sufferers are being supported by way of the Salvation Army.
Det Sgt Mike Ebbins, who led the investigation, stated the 2 males have been observed as “easiest sufferers” because they “could not talk a phrase of English”.
“The first sufferer used to be made to paintings as much as 20 hours an afternoon from 8am to 4am with handiest restricted smash, incomes handiest £10 per week.”