A split-second decision by a victim of rape has resulted in her attacker being caught and charged.
The victim was allegedly kidnapped by a man who took her to an adult entertainment store car park in order to sexually assault her at 4am on Monday, according to WSB-TV.
The woman from Georgia, US was told by her alleged rapist, Robert Giles, to call her boyfriend so he could hear the attack taking place.
Instead, she called 911.
Clayton County police Maj. Joe Woodall told WSB-TV, “She explained to (the operator) what the perpetrator had told her; that he was wanting him to listen while she was being raped.”
Luckily, the 911 operator, Deonte Smith, played along with the victim, pretending to be her boyfriend while seeking enough details in order to locate and arrest Giles.
Smith also attempted to stop Giles from assaulting the woman while on the phone.