Driver sparks ‘Fake Taxi’ jokes as passenger spots him listening to X-rated clip

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A taxi passenger was left horrified after noticing porn flash up on their driver's radio screen during a trip.

The rider pictured their shock discovery which saw the words "Ebony teen is moaning…" as the driver's shoulder covered the rest of the erotic title from adult website Perfect Girls Net.

The post was uploaded to Reddit with the caption: "My Taxi driver was having fun today…"

It is believed that the taxi driver operates in the UK, as a badge with the name City Wolverhampton Council can be seen displayed near the car mirror.

To make things worse, what could be made out of the placard under the name of the council was linked to child sexual exploitation and safeguarding.

One user, who claims they are a volunteer content transcriber, commented: "There is a mostly illegible City of Wolverhampton Council placard hanging on a hook from the windscreen with the heading 'Child sexual exploitation (CSE) safeguarding'."

The picture proved to be a hit as it got 2.8k upvotes – with users left divided over the sneaky snap.

Commenting on the links to the safeguarding description, one person said: "Mentions safeguarding, something tells me he wasn't paying much attention during the training."

While another user said: "Phone one of the numbers and dob [ them ] in…"

Other people took to the platform to exchange similar situations involving taxi drivers.

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One person said: "I work in a Petrol station and once saw a taxi driver openly watching porn on his phone whilst parked at a pump."

Another user said: "I was walking through Oxford and got slowly overtaken by a black cab with a couple in their 50s in the back. He was watching porn on his phone at an angle where she couldn’t see it. But I could…"

It is unclear what the link is to the council.

Daily Star have contacted City Wolverhampton Council for comment.

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