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12/07/2005

Cabbie boots boys on basis of beliefs, thoroughly ruining his tip

by Jeremy Hooper

   Three gay men claim they were kicked out of a Minneapolis-area cab last Friday because the Muslim driver said that a kiss exchanged by two of them was in violation of his religious beliefs.

Relatedly, we voluntarily kicked ourselves out of a Manhattan-area cab last night due to our almost religious-like belief that taxis should not smell like a mixture of week-old rat carcass and foot.

Both unfortunate situations from the world of commercial people moving.

Gay Men Claim Driver Ousted Them From Cab [WCCO-TV]
(Hat tip: PageOneQ)

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