Taxi driver victim finds that fares aren’t fair

Taxi driver victim finds that fares aren’t fair

A 44-year-old taxi driver is down a car but happy to be alive after a harrowing incident this weekend.

Police said the man had picked up a fare to Kratie town on Saturday, only to have the duo pull a knife on him during the trip.

No dummy, the cabbie willingly hopped out and stood on the roadside as his livelihood drove away. Police are on the hunt now for the two suspects, who the driver was able to describe in detail. koh santepheap


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