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Leicester's ADT Taxis driver bars blind man with guide dog

A taxi driver refused to pick up a blind man with a guide dog because he said it was "against his religion".

Charles Bloch, who has glaucoma and is partially sighted, said this was the second time he had been refused a taxi within six months because of his guide dog.

The taxi company in Leicester, ADT, has apologised and said it had dismissed the driver who had been self employed.

  • 04 Jul 2016
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