A woman who said she was raped along a street in daylight as motorists drove past is upset that no one came to her rescue. The 26-year-old woman, who is autistic, said that she yelled for help and noticed at least two cars drive by. "I'm ticked off because people were doing nothing. Just driving by. What kind of humans are we becoming?" she told The Blade newspaper. The woman said she was attacked Tuesday afternoon as she was walking from a friend's house to a library in a neighborhood of densely packed detached homes. Anferney Fontenet, the 15-year-old boy, who has admitted to the crime, had a pair of scissors and said he would cut her if she made a sound, the woman said. When cops asked Anferney why he attacked the women, he said "he had the scissors with him, not planning the attack. He had them for protection from other people in the neighborhood and at school. He'd seen the girl walking down the street and just decided he was going to rape her." Police said several drivers saw the attack and some called 911, but the witnesses were unsure if what they saw was a rape or two people just having consensual sex in public at 2:30pm on a busy street.