Transit Good Samaritan rescues woman from attack on subway train in Brooklyn, authorities say An undated photo of a subway train. Prosecutors said a Good Samaritan stopped a man from sexually assaulting a woman on a No. 3 subway train in Park Slope on Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2015. Photo Credit: Flickr / Gill E By CRISTIAN SALAZAR Updated August 14, 2015 12:58 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email A Good Samaritan stopped a man from sexually assaulting a woman on a subway train in Brooklyn, prosecutors allege. The do-gooder straphanger, identified in a criminal complaint as Maurice Osborne, was in another car of the No. 3 train in Park Slope on Wednesday when he heard and saw the man attack the 28-year-old woman, prosecutors said. Osborne rushed over and pulled 40-year-old suspect Alvaro Denica off the woman and kept him from leaving the train until police arrived, authorities said. A criminal complaint said that Osborne received six stitches for a gash above his eye. Osborne told the New York Post he "beat" the suspect up. "She said he was about to rape her -- that's when I beat him up. All he said was, 'I didn't do anything.'" Denica was arrested on charges of assault and attempted sexual abuse. Andre Gordillo, a manager at the restaurant where Denica has worked since 2011, told the Daily News that he couldn't believe his employee was behind the attack. "He's a good employee," he said. "We've never had a problem with him." Denica was being held on $150,000 bond after an arraignment in Brooklyn Criminal Court on Thursday. By CRISTIAN SALAZAR Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.