- A taxi hailing app cab driver revealed that some couples enjoy steamy sessions in his cab and do not respect him at all
- According to the driver, who also doubles up as MC, some couples don't even ask for permission; they just start, and the driver has to use his wisdom to deal with them
- In some instances, the couples top up the fare they were supposed to pay or even pay the drivers what they make in a whole night so that they can enjoy themselves
A hailing app taxi driver has called out couples who sleep with each other in their car seats without considering their feelings.
Peter says some couples pay extra
The driver, identified as Peter, has been in the business for five years; he started when there was just one taxi hailing app, but now there are more of them, with some being local.
"Some couples even meet in the club and request permission to have romantic sessions in the cab. Others just enter the car and say, driver please pull the passenger seat, and as you drive, you wonder why there is a lot of fog in the car," he told popular Kenyan website TUKO.co.ke with a giggle.
Peter says drivers have to use wisdom
Peter, who also doubles up as an entertainer and Master of Ceremony (MC), said that the clients sometimes calculate what they are likely to make that night, then add the drivers more money so that they can be allowed to have some cosy sessions in the cab.
"If you make KSh 1000, they will offer KSh 3000. You will use your wisdom; some don't even request it; they just start having their pleasure online without asking you," said Peter.
"These things really happen; as a driver, you will choose the net move to take. Our companies have not created an environment for clients to respect us," he added.
3 women make move on cab driver
In another story, unconfirmed rumours on the internet indicated that some taxi passengers make moves on drivers.
Two Nairobi taxi drivers appeared on the Dr King'ori show on NTV, where they addressed the claims.
Jackson Orwa and Maureen Njoroge admitted it was true while sharing their experiences with randy passengers.
"I earn GH¢16k monthly, free accommodation and healthcare" - Ghanaian taxi driver in Qatar
YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian man resident in Qatar disclosed that he earned more than GH¢16,000 monthly as a taxi driver.
In an interview, Papa Kumasi recalled that he worked in the transportation and beauty industries in Ghana before relocating to the Arab nation.
The native of Akim Oda in the Eastern Region of Ghana disclosed that he's been working as a taxi driver in Qatar for seven years.
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