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A taxi driver was allegedly caught viewing a slideshow of photos of naked women in his cab while ferrying a passenger last Wednesday, 22 Nov.

The passenger, netizen Roy, shared online that he boarded a taxi from Raffles Place and that his taxi driver kept viewing photos of naked women on his phone throughout the 15-minute trip:

“First thing I noticed when I boarded the taxi was that there was a photo of a nude person on his phone. It was like a slideshow of nude images. The image changed to another nude one after a while.”

The passenger shared that the driver was viewing the pornographic images so fervently that he kept swiping away text message notifications that crowded his screen to get a better view of the photos.

Roy expressed concerns over the driver’s behavior online:

“I don’t care that he looks at them but he shouldn’t do it when there are passengers on board as he is making his passengers uncomfortable.

“It is also very distracting (for the driver) as he is driving while looking at provocative images. It’s not safe and he is endangering the lives of passengers

“Before I boarded the taxi, there was a woman who alighted the taxi. I’m just wondering if people will be safe travelling with this driver.”

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