Taxi firm bans customers after they have Midget Gem fight…

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Taxi firm bans customers after they have Midget Gem fight…

Taxi firm bans customers after they have Midget Gem fight in bus
2022-02-27 12:50:00
A Hull taxi firm has taken to social media to vent after a group of adult passengers who threw sweets in a vehicle leaving it a mess. The passengers were picked up by Willerby Cars last night (Saturday, February 26) and had what is described as a Midget Gem fight in the back of the bus. For the latest traffic and travel news and headlines, click here. When challenged about their behaviour the passengers dismissed the driver, telling them they should be glad it isn't a kebab on the floor. The firm reiterated the no food and drink policy for their vehicles and told the customers they were banned from using the service. For the latest Hull Live headlines direct to your inbox, click here. Jon Wray of Willerby Cars inside the firm's offices (Image: Rich Addison) Willerby Cars said: “No food or drink to be consumed in any of our vehicles. “Picked up some passengers last night (adults) who thought it appropriate to have a Midget Gem fight in the back of my bus. “When asked to clear them up the response was 'it’s not as if it’s a kebab all over the floor driver'. “Please have some consideration that our children have to travel in our vehicles and we don’t want to have to clear your mess up to enable a safe clean journey for the next customer. “Consider yourself banned!” Jon Wray of Willerby cars has been one of many to speak out about the pressures the private hire industry is facing at the moment with a battle to recruit new drivers post Covid-19. He said new recruits were put off by the months' long process of getting taxi licences, with only around one in 10 applicants seeing it through. He said taxi firms in both the East Riding and Hull are struggling to meet demand from people out at the weekend, causing some to be up to 40 minutes late. Mr Wra

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