This morning in Magistrates Court [June 26] taxi driver Clyde Holder had a charge of being “improperly” dressed dismissed.
Taxi regulations have stipulations which include mandating taxi drivers to wear a shirt with a collar. What Mr Holder was said to be wearing that was “improper” was not disclosed in Court.
Mr Holder was originally charged with being improperly dressed while driving his taxi in Hamilton in 2009, and the matter was originally dismissed in 2010. However, when he went to licence his taxi recently he was told there was a warrant out for him due to “improper” clothing charge.
He found himself back in Court, where the charges were dropped again. The Prosecutor indicated that he had not heard of the charge of being “improperly” dressed while driving a taxi before.
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