alleged hostage situation after she was able to add a note to a Grubhub food delivery order asking restaurant workers to call the police.A Facebook post from The Chipper Truck Cafe, a 24-hour restaurant in Yonkers, N.Y., shows the “Additional Instructions” they received from the woman: “Please call the police his going to call me when u delivered come with the cones please don’t make it obvious,” she wrote.“I’ve often heard of this happening but never thought it would happen to us,” read the post. “Thankfully we were open and able to help her.”The owner of the café, Alice Bermejo, told CBS News the restaurant staff were unsure if it was a prank, but her husband encouraged them to call police anyway.“The message came in, and the girls read it and they called my husband to see what they should do,” she said to CBS. “He told them, let’s call the police, we can’t take any risk or chance.” Girls saved from abduction by mouthing ‘this is not my dad’ in Florida church CNN reports that a criminal complaint says the woman had agreed to meet up with a man she had met on a dating app.
She was allegedly assaulted and raped by the man.Although he took her phone away, he agreed to let her order food and she was able to send her plea via the Grubhub delivery app.According to Today, police showed up at the residence early on June 19 and arrested Kemoy Royal, 32.
He has been charged with rape, strangulation, unlawful imprisonment, criminal sex act, menacing, criminal possession of a weapon, assault and sexual abuse.The New York Police Department confirmed that Royal was also charged with attempted rape, sexual abuse and an assault in a case that happened four days earlier, involving a 26-year-old woman.