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https://www.dublinlive.ie/news/dublin-news/taxi-driver-dublin-pakistan-theft-17244225


why would you leave money, card readers etc in your taxi while you are on holiday? especially as your taxi has been robbed in the past. no wonder hes driving a taxi :)

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https://www.dublinlive.ie/news/dublin-news/taxi-driver-dublin-pakistan-theft-17244225


why would you leave money, card readers etc in your taxi while you are on holiday? especially as your taxi has been robbed in the past. no wonder hes driving a taxi :)
It was Amir €60! 8)

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Hardly something to get distraught about! It happened to me years ago when I lived up above in Dublin. On that occasion three taxis on the road on which I lived were broken into along with several others in the housing scheme - all with windows smashed. It was the early hours of a Sunday morning and I'd worked Saturday night and uncharacteristically left my coin box in the car so I lost about £40 in coins. The Gardai sent out the men in white paper suits who couldn't find any evidence or fingerprints - on a fucking taxi! I got the window fixed and went to work later in the day, the first or second passenger I picked up handed me the empty coin box which he found in the back of the car! Mrs. Catcher's then motor was broken into at the same address, she went to drive to work one morning and found the steering wheel on the front passenger seat!

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I wish I could afford a three week holiday...anywhere.
Probably meeting his Hawaladar!

 


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