Nine month jail sentence handed to man who racially abused and assaulted a Cheshire cabbie

3 Sep 2019


A Runcorn man has been jailed for nine months after racially abusing and assaulting a Hungarian taxi driver.

Mark Stephen Davies, 32, from Runcorn, appeared at Chester Crown Court on 23 August to be sentenced after pleading guilty to racially aggravated assault and racially aggravated criminal damage.

At around 7pm on 20 March, a taxi driver collected Davies and a woman from an address in West Bank, Widnes.

They stopped in Ridding Lane, Runcorn and the fare was put to Davies who objected to the price and paying the toll fee. 


An argument between him and the taxi driver ensued. Davies then became racially abusive toward the taxi driver and assaulted him.

He also smashed the small rear window of vehicle and offside driver wing mirror before making off.

DC Phil Brown said: “The taxi driver was simply doing his job and should not have been racially abused or assaulted in the course of his work. 


"I hope that Davies now realises that we will not put up with behaviour that insults or discriminates against people who should be welcomed in our community and that the Police will take strong action against such behaviour.”


Image: Source; Geograph 

Image: Author; Dennis Turner 

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