Men stomp on taxi in Hong Kong after cabby refuses to pick them up along double yellow lines

An altercation in Wan Chai, Hong Kong, occurred when a taxi driver apparently refused to pick up two men as they had attempted to board the cab while standing on double yellow lines.

The duo, who are believed to be South Asians, are seen taunting the driver by kicking and jumping on his taxi.

One of the men is also seen yelling as he laid across the span of the taxi's roof and windshield, while the other stood in front of the car to prevent it from driving off.

One of the men also threw what appeared to be the taxi's top light onto the ground, smashing it to pieces.

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銅鑼灣天樂里灣仔道,2個疑似南亞裔人因雙黃線拒載而徒手打爆架的士,司機被困在車內

Posted by Syl Lam on Sunday, 10 June 2018

 

The post by Facebook user Syl Lam, read: "This happened in Causeway Bay, Wan Chai Road, near Tin Lok Lane."

"Two people, who were suspected to be South Asians, thrashed the taxi because the driver refused to pick them up as they were standing on double yellow lines."

What would you have done in this situation?