Taxi driver rams woman’s car before spitting all over her
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A woman had her car rammed and was covered in spit when a cabbie suffered an outbreak of road rage.
The strange turn of events saw Tracey Turner attempting to navigate a series of chicanes when a car decided to squeeze past her, even though she had right of way.
It managed to get past her, but the 54-year-old then asked the driver of a second car – the vehicle – if he could move so she could complete her manoeuvre… and that was when things became bizarre.
She says the cabbie clipped the front bumper of her car before pulling up next to her and gobbing at her, Manchester Evening News reports..
The gym receptionist said: "It went everywhere, on my face and on my car. It's not nice.
"I was going to apologise to the taxi driver because of what happened with the other guy. But then he spat in my face and rammed my car.”
A witness who saw the incident in Greater Manchester came over to help Tracey, and he told her she had “spit all in her hair”.
She said: "I was so angry. There was just no need for any of it. It has exhausted me emotionally – I had not done anything to him.”
The cabbie’s outburst caused minor damage to Tracey’s Peugeot 107, but she said she was more upset at being spat at – even more so given the Indian variant of covid-19 spreading rapidly in the North-West.
She said she would report the incident to police but had so far failed to get through on the force’s 101 number.
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Tracey has also carried out some detective work of her own, calling some local taxi firms in a bid to trace the driver, but without success.
"I just don't understand people that do things like that. It shouldn't happen to anyone – it's quite scary," she said.
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