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If you ever wanted to flip a table, the time would be now.

Atlanta man Darrious Mathis was convicted of rape Tuesday after using his so-called “good looks” as a defense.

According to the AJC, the 23-year-old sexually assaulted a pharmacy worker in 2011. After kidnapping her from her job, Mathis raped her and then made her drive around to multiple ATMs to give him money.

A woman said Mathis forced her from a CVS parking lot, drove her around and then sexually assaulted her in Atlanta. The victim said she tried to keep Mathis calm along the way. Video surveillance footage from the CVS and DNA and physical evidence corroborated the woman’s story, according to the DA’s office.

Mathis’ defense? He was simply just too good-looking to rape someone. He also claims that the victim gave him her phone number and wanted to buy drugs, which meant that she also wanted to have sexual relations with him.

The Cobb County court found Mathis guilty on multiple charges, including kidnapping, carjacking, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony, and possession of a firearm by a first-offender probationer.

Mathis is set to be sentenced on April 9.