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Woman Rescued From 5-Hour Hostage After Smartly Sending SOS Note Via Grubhub

In such situations, you got to be smart to get help and this woman was even smarter about how she dealt with her being held hostage by one man for nearly 5 hours. According to reports, the woman sent a note via Grubhub to The Chipper Truck Cafe in Yonkers, New York asking them to call the police.

According to Today;

A 24-year-old woman was rescued from a man holding her hostage after restaurant workers quickly called for help when she included a plea to call the police through her Grubhub delivery order, police and the restaurant employees said.

The Chipper Truck Cafe, a 24-hour restaurant in Yonkers, New York, said in a statement on Facebook Sunday that a woman was saved from a five-hour hostage situation after including a note in the “additional instructions” field of a Grubhub order placed at 5 a.m.

The chilling note read “please call the police,” according to a photo of it posted by the restaurant. She also wrote to “please don’t make it obvious” when bringing the police to help.

“Our staff responded immediately and called the police and she got saved,” the restaurant wrote. “I’ve often heard of this happening but never thought it would happen to us. Thankfully we were open and able to help her. A big Thank you to the Police for their fast response.”

Police arrested Kemoy Royal, 32, on charges of rape, strangulation, criminal sex act, unlawful imprisonment, menacing, assault, criminal possession of a weapon and sexual abuse.

Royal was also charged with attempted rape, sexual abuse and assault for a separate case involving a 26-year-old woman on June 15, according to the NYPD.

Everyone please be safe out there these are crazy times with even crazier people out there. I am glad she is ok and safe and sound.

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