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UberX Customer Claims Driver Used Racial Slurs, Then Attacked

Posted on November 27, 2013

An UberX passenger claims a driver repeatedly called him racial and homophobic slurs early Saturday morning during a ride in San Francisco, and then pulled the Toyota Prius over to the side of the road and ordered him out. The driver later became enraged when the client snapped a picture of him, using a smartphone.

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