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REVEALED: Red-faced taxi drivers reveal their most embarrassing moments!

Updated: Jan 24


In a light-hearted exposé, TaxiPoint recently delved into the world of taxi drivers, uncovering the most embarrassing moments they've experienced while passengers were on board.


The results, a collection of humorous and human anecdotes, reveal the lighter side of this often-challenging profession.

A London black cab driver shared a moment of forgetfulness, recalling the time she left her baby's car seat in the back of her cab. Her passengers, four men in suits, endured the journey hunched up together, never uttering a word about the unusual addition. The driver only realised the oversight when a subsequent passenger praised her for providing car seats for children!


Another cabbie recounted picking up five American businessmen, only to realise mid-journey that two of them were sitting on the floor, unaware of the cab's fold-down seats. Similarly, a humorous misunderstanding occurred when a driver, trying to be considerate, closed the windows to keep a passenger's mother warm, only to learn she was actually his wife.

Embarrassment ensued for another driver who invited a passenger on crutches to 'jump in', not realising the insensitivity of the phrase until it was too late. In Newcastle, a cabbie mistook a couple for father and son, while a Sherbourne taxi driver had a memorable. journey conversing with a cat, having forgotten the owner's address.


One driver's attempt at politeness backfired when, after assisting a

woman in a wheelchair, he claimed it being a break from sitting, only to wish ‘the ground would swallow him up’. Misjudgements also included a cabbie inquiring about a non-existent pregnancy and a Birmingham driver who left a passenger at the train station, mistakenly taking only their suitcase.


Forgetfulness seemed a common theme, with drivers recounting

leaving the airport without a passenger but with their luggage and inadvertently heading home with a sleeping customer in the back.


Cold symptoms led to an unfortunate sneeze-related incident for one cabbie, while another admitted to zoning out and missing a turn, resulting in a much longer journey for his passenger. Lighter moments included a driver trying to stifle laughter after an elderly passenger's indiscretion and another who burst into song, forgetting the presence of a passenger.


The series of anecdotes concluded with a driver's simple yet relatable admission: running out of fuel. These stories serve as a reminder that taxi drivers, like everyone, have their share of human moments, adding a touch of humour and relatability to the daily commute.

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