Obviously, Nigerian ladies aren’t the lone ones who grumble about being affronted by ride hailing application drivers.
English artist Myleene Klass was supposed to be left in tears after a Uber driver purportedly spat on her when she was headed to introduce her Smooth Radio show.
The previous Hear’Say artist was purportedly associated with a conflict with the driver about where he should drop her off when the supposed occurrence occurred.
The 43-year-old said she had to escape the taxi on Friday April 9.
As the mother of-three headed into Global’s London central command 30 minutes before her show began, it’s said she was noticeably shaken.
Picture takers standing by close by halted to inquire as to whether she was alright.
The artist has since made a report of attack to the police.
A source revealed to The Sun UK; “Myleene was stunned that he spat on her. She froze and felt caught, stressed that she wouldn’t have the option to get out.
“She was truly shaken by the episode and needed to escape the vehicle as fast as conceivable when the driver turned dreadful.
“She was calmed it occurred in a public spot.”
A representative for the Metropolitan Police said in an explanation; “Police are researching a charge of attack.
“The complainant, a 43-year-elderly person, was supposedly spat at as she left a private recruit vehicle in Charing Cross Road, WC2H at around 09:30hrs on Friday, 9 April. There have been no captures and enquiries proceed.”