Perhaps Samer Mahran was having a “sexual emergency”.
“The car service company — which is headquartered in San Francisco — screens drivers’ criminal histories before issuing them licenses.” But it doesn’t screen their core beliefs about how infidel women can be treated.
“California Uber driver charged with raping unconscious, intoxicated teen instead of driving her home,” by Chris Sommerfeldt, New York Daily News, November 12, 2016:
An Uber driver in California has been charged with raping an intoxicated teenager after she passed out in the backseat of his car, prosecutors announced Wednesday.
Samer Alaaeldin Mahran, 23, was supposed to drive a 17-year-old girl from a Huntington Beach bar to her Laguna Beach home in the predawn hours of Nov. 5.
At some point during the ride, the teen, only identified as Jane Doe by prosecutors, fell unconscious and Mahran parked a few blocks from her house rather than driving her home.
Prosecutors describe in chilling detail how Mahran climbed into the backseat before orally copulating and sexually assaulting Doe while she was too drunk to realize what was happening.
Samer Alaaeldin Mahran has been charged with rape by use of drugs, sexual penetration of a child over age 14 and unlawful sexual intercourse.
One of Doe’s family members, who had ordered the ride for her, “grew concerned” when she didn’t arrive home at the expected time, prosecutors said. A second family member then used the Uber application to track her ride and quickly found out that she was just a few blocks away.
The relative walked to the parked car, where they discovered Doe and the alleged rapist in the backseat. Mahran bolted from the scene, leaving his car behind as the relative helped the teen to her feet.
The victim’s family immediately alerted police, who identified Mahran using his description, license plate number and driver profile. He was arrested at his Huntington Beach apartment later that day.
Mahran was charged on a slew of felony counts, including rape by use of drugs, sexual penetration of a child over age 14 and unlawful sexual intercourse. He was released on $100,000 bond and is expected to reappear in court on Dec. 2. He could face up to 28 years in prison if convicted.
An Uber spokeswoman told the Daily News the company has permanently banned Mahran from the app.
“We’re devastated by what this family has gone through and our hearts are with them,” the spokeswoman said.
Mahran could face up to 28 years in prison.
The car service company — which is headquartered in San Francisco — screens drivers’ criminal histories before issuing them licenses…