Worcester taxi driver charged with sex attack on passenger

A taxi driver from Worcester has appeared in court charged with a sex attack on a passenger.

Naeem Ashraf, is accused of two counts of sexual assault on a female and one count of sexual assault by penetration.

West Mercia Police said a woman reported being assaulted after hailing a taxi in Trinity Street, Worcester, at 03:00 BST on Monday.

Mr Ashraf, 25, of Oaklands, was bailed by Redditch magistrates to appear at Worcester Crown Court on 11 August.

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