Mahmoud Abdel-Salam Omar, the former chief of Egypt’s Bank of Alexandria, was arrested in New York City Monday night for sexually assaulting a hotel maid. Omar, 74, was staying at the Pierre Hotel on Fifth Avenue when he allegedly groped, kissed, and “gyrated” against the woman Sunday night. Police say he summoned her to bring tissues and locked the door behind her. “I'm not up here for that," the woman told him; he then allegedly asked for her phone number. The New York Post says she gave him a fake number, at which point he allowed her to unlock the door and leave.