TAXI DRIVER ATTACKED BY DRUNK.
A TAXI driver taxi driver n → taxista m/f
taxi driver taxi n → chauffeur m de taxi
taxi driver taxi n → who dared to demand his pounds 5 fare was viciously punched, kicked and head butted by a drunken yob.
Dad-of-one Michael Ismail was left bruised, and with two broken teeth after the sudden, unprovoked attack in Southport in the early hours of Sunday morning Sunday Morning may refer to:
Mr Ismail, 47, who works as a Yellow Tops cabbie cab·by or cab·bie
n. pl. cab·bies
[cab1 + -y3. , was set upon at 1.50am in Hart Street by a male passenger who he picked up from the Lord Street taxi rank.
The man, who was aged in his late 20s, told Mr Ismail that he needed to go into his house to get the cash to pay for the journey home.
When the taxi driver got out of the car to make sure his customer didn't run off without paying the man became violent.
If you have any information about the attack contact police on 0151 709 6010 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.