Fiston Ngoy Arrested For Rape
Fiston Ngoy is accused of raping a woman on a train. His arrest and rape charges have garnered international attention. The attack occurred on Oct. 13 and police initially said that bystanders could have intervened to protect the victim. However, investigators later determined that many bystanders likely didn’t realize that the rape was taking place.
Fiston M. Ngoy
Police are investigating the case of Fiston Ngoy, 35, who is accused of raping a woman on a Pennsylvania transit train. The alleged incident occurred around 11 p.m. on Wednesday. A Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority employee noticed the man’s suspicious behavior and alerted police. They waited for him at the next stop before arresting him. Police alleged that Ngoy raped the woman while she was naked and assaulted her for eight minutes.
The incident happened after an employee of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority called 911 to report a woman on the train who was “suspicious.” SEPTA police arrived at the next stop and apprehended Ngoy in the act. The officer found the suspect partially clothed near the survivor. The police charged Ngoy with rape and aggravated indecent assault.
Fiston Ngoy is one of the many people in the news right now, after he was arrested for rape last Wednesday. His arrest was caught on video by passengers on a Metro Philadelphia train. According to police, the man raped a woman for more than 30 minutes, and police believe the woman was the one who initiated the sexual encounter. Ngoy is currently in police custody and faces rape and aggravated indecent assault charges.
The incident was caught on video and surveillance camera footage shows several bystanders filming the attack. The SEPTA Transit Police Chief said as many as ten people witnessed the attack. The victim reported that she had never seen Ngoy before the assault.
A woman who was raped on a train in Philadelphia has come forward with her account of the attack. Fiston Ngoy, a 35-year-old homeless man, is accused of raping a woman on the SEPTA Market-Frankford Line last Wednesday. The alleged assault took place at around 11 p.m. and several witnesses failed to intervene. Police later arrested Ngoy and charged him with rape and aggravated indecent assault.
The woman’s account of the attack details the violent interaction between Ngoy and the woman. She was drinking several beers after work, but the attack occurred when she was on the wrong train. The woman said Ngoy grabbed her breast and pushed her, but she did not consent to the touching.
The police have released surveillance video of a man who was arrested for rape on a commuter train. According to the police, Fiston Ngoy sat next to a woman for 40 minutes before grabbing her and raping her. The video shows the man’s hand on the woman’s breast and touching her. The woman tried to push Ngoy away, but he continued and eventually took her pants off. She was taken to the hospital.
The SEPTA train car in Philadelphia was filled with several passengers, including a woman. The train was headed to the 69th Street Transportation Center. At about 10 p.m., a man named Fiston Ngoy sat next to the woman and tried to touch her. The woman was able to contact police, and the police arrested him. The surveillance video provided by the transit company allowed police to identify Ngoy and pursue his case.
Charges for Fiston Ngoy are a result of an incident that happened on a train in West Philadelphia. The woman, who was not identified, got on the wrong train and was drinking beer when Ngoy approached her. She told him she wanted sex and he obliged. The woman then let him remove her pants. As Ngoy leaned over to kiss her, she asked him to have sex with her. The man admitted to the crime, but said it was consensual.
Charges against Ngoy include rape and involuntary deviate sexual intercourse. He is being held in the Delaware County jail, in lieu of $180,000 bail. Ngoy did not appear to have hired an attorney at the time of the incident. His last known address was the Broad Street Ministry, but the church did not return a message seeking comment on the case.