Restaurant Helps New York Woman Who Called Police Arrange Grubhub

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Feta Naked Servant In a 24/7 restaurant in New York, it’s being used to read customers’ special orders placed on food delivery apps.

“Can you add more ketchup?”

The notes often read “Please don’t forget the forks.”

On Sunday, Alari, 47, and a co-worker on the early morning shift at Yonkers’ Chipper Track Café received an order for a cheeseburger at about 5 a.m.

But the woman who made the order was not craving for an early meal. It was Grubhub’s submission to her Instead, cry for help, according to Larry and the restaurant.

“Please call the police, they will call me when you are handed over, please do not elaborate,” read the message under Additional Instructions for Grubhub.

Alari told the Washington Post that it took Alari and her colleague two minutes to decipher the message, which appeared to have been written in a hurry. But from what they could collect, the woman wanted them to call the police and send the officers to this address as soon as possible.

A woman snuck a note into a Kentucky worker. This led to the arrest of her partner.

Naked and her mate I took action. At the same time, they called the police and their boss to report the incident.

“It was something like you only see on TV,” Naked, who has worked at the restaurant for six years, told The Post. “I don’t think anyone was joking about anything like that, so once we saw it, we took it seriously.”

Police arrived at the address around 6:20 a.m. and arrested 32-year-old Kimwee Royal. A spokesman for the New York Police Department said via email that he was charged with two counts of rape, two counts of strangulation and unlawful imprisonment, among other felonies.

A lawyer representing Royal did not immediately respond to a letter early Thursday.

Police said Royal was charged in connection with the attempted rape of another woman on June 15, four days before the other woman filed Grubhub’s order. After Royal’s arrest on Sunday, An officer called the Chipper Truck Cafe to thank the workers for it Al-Nari said he is alerting the police.

“I’ve never seen anything like this,” said the naked. “We are so happy that she is doing well. I am glad we are 24 hours and that she has a place to get help from. There are not many restaurants [open at that hour] anymore where she could have written that note to save her.”

Royal is scheduled to return to court on Friday At 9 a.m., he recalled the court records. A judge set his bail at $25,000. Prison records show that he is still in custody.

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