A San Francisco Uber driver has determined to go public after being compelled to carry out sexual acts on 4 passengers who threatened to rob him of his excellent five-star rating.
Rajesh Samayamantri Venkata, an engineering pupil on the College of San Francisco, has determined to go public over his sexual assault in an effort to warn different potential victims of the attainable abuses of Uber passengers.
Rajesh launched a video on his YouTube channel detailing the horrifying particulars of his abuse by 4 passengers who threatened to destroy his excellent five-star Uber rating if he didn’t carry out sexual acts on them.
Rajesh allegedly picked up 4 grownup males at 3:46 am at a bar on Castro Avenue final week when he politely requested his passengers to provide him a pleasant rating as a result of he wanted the work to pay for his college tuition charges.
“They instructed me that if I wished to maintain my five-star score, I must have intercourse with each one in all them or they’d give me a one-star rating. Then they put all 4 penises in my mouth on the identical time,” Rajesh recalled in horror.
“I used to be compelled into positions I’ve by no means heard of even within the Kamasutra. I prayed Vishnu many instances that evening, hoping they may simply end it off however they at all times wished extra,” he added, visibly in agony.
Rajesh later formally reported the sexual assault to the San Francisco Police Division however was instructed that since he allowed the passengers to take action in alternate for a superb score, it was a consensual act.
“The police mentioned that since they gave me a five-star score for glorious service and gave me a $Three tip, it was not thought-about sexual assault,” he later instructed reporters when reached by cellphone.
Rajesh says that by bringing his tragic story to the general public, he hopes to warn different potential victims of passengers who may search to reap the benefits of drivers and likewise urges Uber to vary its rating system to higher shield drivers.
Uber, as a part of a long-anticipated security report, revealed that greater than 3,000 sexual assaults had been reported throughout its U.S. rides in 2018.