A 49-year-old diplomat from Sudan was arrested for grinding against a woman on a Manhattan subway Monday — but the charges were quickly dropped because he has diplomatic immunity, police sources said.
The incident happened on a northbound No. 4 subway as it was leaving Grand Central Station at about 2 p.m., sources said.
Mohammad Abdalla Ali allegedly approached a 38-year-old woman from behind and rubbed his genitals against her. He was charged with sex abuse and forcible touching. Taken to the Midtown South police stationhouse, he provided identification papers proving he’s a diplomat, then was released, sources said. There will be no prosecution, sources said.