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WORLDWIDE TAXI FOCUS from Ghana


ST. LOUIS TAXI COMPANY REJECTS VACCINATED AND MASKED PASSENGERS


A new policy required by a St. Louis taxi com- pany is garnering strong opinions. Charlie Bullington owns Yo Transportation services, a business he started 16 years ago. Recently, he has made it a requirement that he will only transport passengers who aren’t wearing masks and have not had the vaccine. “We don’t allow any type of masks in our vehicles, the second one is we are very against the vaccine and don’t allow people in our vehicle who’ve had it,” Bullington said. He said he verifies his passengers have not been vaccinated and won’t be wearing a mask before he even picks them up. One man took to Facebook saying he was denied a ride because of his vaccination status. “I understand Missouri is one of the top three states with the lowest vaccination rate, so I am proud of all the Missouri people for standing against this,” Bullington said. Bullington said his research, reading articles on a website called Truth11.com and HighWire.com claim the vaccine is dangerous. He believes masks are germ catchers. Bullington said about three in every ten passengers choose not to ride with him because of his new policy.


‘DRUNK’ WOMAN IN NYC TAXI WAS ACTUALLY DEAD


A taxi driver in Queens made a chilling discovery Tuesday morning when his passenger - who he was told was drunk - turned out to be dead, cops said. According to the New York Post, an unidentified person hailed the cab and directed the driver to take the supposedly inebriated woman to an address on Avery Avenue in Flush- ing, a police source said. But when the driver arrived at the destination, a friend came to the vehicle and noticed the woman was unconscious, cops said. The taxi then transported the woman and her friend to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, where she was pronounced dead at 5:49 a.m., according to police. The city’s medical examiner will determine the cause of death. Police said they are investigating.


SEPTEMBER 2021


GHANAIAN MAN COOKS WITH COALPOT ON TOP OF MOVING TAXI SITTING ON STOOL


A video of a young Ghanaian man placing a coalpot on top of a moving taxi and cooking while dangerously sitting on a kitchen stool has attracted reactions. In the video, the man appears to be tasting the supposed food being prepared atop the moving car without caring about the likely danger to his life. It’s not clear if the driver of the car was aware that the man was sitting on top of his taxi. A surprised bystander who could not believe his eyes is heard in the video laughing while wondering if the taxi-top cook was out of his mind.


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LOOSE COBRA SNAKE INSIDE EGYPT TAXI LEADS TO DEATH OF FIVE


A cobra snake escaped from the trunk of an Egyptian taxi, attacked the driver which led to a fatal car crash. Alarabiya News reports that the highly venomous snake had been incased in a carton but had managed to escape and crawl under the car and slithered out by the driver’s accelerator pedal and attacked him. The driver jumped out of the taxi minibus, the vehicle – containing four passengers – then smashed into a concrete barrier and into another car. The driver and four passengers were killed in the incident. During the investigations, the families of the victims said, had it not been for his death, the driver would have been charged with murder, because he was aware of the severity of the “venomous cobra snake” inside the car.


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