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...SHAME SHAME


KIDSGROVE TAXI DRIVER SPOTTED URINATING AGAINST SCHOOL FENCE


A woman has told of her disgust after spotting a taxi driver relieving himself against a school fence. According to the Stoke Sentinel, the cabbie was seen climbing out of his cab, unzipping his fly and urinating on the boundary of The King's CE School, in Fifth Avenue, Kidsgrove, on a recent Monday lunchtime. It is understood a licence plate has since been passed on to the local authority to investigate. Details of the incident were shared on social media with the witness saying: "Well, I've just seen it all. A taxi driver got out of his car and p****d up the school fence. Absolutely disgusting." One woman commented: "In an emer- gency it can be understandable but Tesco and the public toilets are near- by. There are children about and families. The last thing they want is a


taxi driver peeing in public, then to get in his car and drive around passing money with wee hands. No thanks, it's disgusting." A second added: "This person is hand- ing money over to customers and probably helping them with their bags


NOTTINGHAM TAXI DRIVER ARRESTED AFTER DRUGS FOUND HIDDEN IN CAR


A taxi driver in Nottingham has been arrested fol- lowing a stop and search of his vehi- cle, police have confirmed. According to the Nottingham Post, the incident hap- pened


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Saturday, October 17, while officers were patrolling Not- tingham city centre. A taxi driver was stopped and after drugs were allegedly found hidden in the car, the driver was arrested on suspi- cion of drug supply offences. Nottinghamshire Police's Knife Crime team tweeted: "Taxi for one to custody please. "Patrols around Nottingham City Centre resulted in intelli- gence-led stop search on a taxi. "26-year-old driver arrested for drug supply offences after Class A & B drugs found hidden in the vehicle. Proactive Policing."


NOVEMBER 2020


etc. To think his hands are dirty is just foul. And to pee up a school fence is just low. He could have got to the local public toilets." Another resident said she had witnessed taxi drivers urinating in the bushes off Valentine Road and behind Kidsgrove Town Hall. She said: "Males piddling in public is happening way too many times. It is disgusting and attracts rats. It's also indecent exposure. He should be reported." And a man added: What is wrong with some of the human race? Disgusting behaviour, especially in front of a school." Councillr Kyle Robinson is now looking into the issue. He said: "There’s no need for anyone to do that when there are toilets at Tesco and on Heathcote Street."


TAXI DRIVER STOPPED BY A38 WITH FLAT TYRE AND PASSENGER INSIDE


A taxi driver, with a passenger in the back, has been stopped by police from driving on the A38 with a flat tyre. Thanks to a tip-off from a member of the public, police officers


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South Derbyshire Response Unit were made aware that the driver’s Volkswa- gen Transporter had a flat tyre. The VW had been seen in Willington on Saturday, October 10, and was about to drive onto the A38 with a customer on board. The taxi driver informed police that he thought he could just pump up the tyre when it actually needed changing. Officers made him put the spare wheel on at the road- side. The officers said: “God knows what could have hap- pened if that tyre blew out on a high speed road such as the A38.”


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