Indian Cab Driver meets Fabulous Oz

Many of us in Aussieland have been exposed to the ubiquitous presence of Indian cab drivers in the capital cities and doubtless appreciated their contribution to the development of multi-cultural Australia. This little “EPISODE” in composition, with its Peter Sellars flavour, will certainly add to our sense of joy.


* A drunken woman, stark naked, jumped into a taxi at Fortitude Valley in Brisbane.

* The Indian driver opened  his eyes wide and stared at the woman. He made  no attempt to start the Cab.

*  “What’s  wrong with you Luv, haven’t  you ever seen a naked woman  before?”

* “I’ll not be staring at you lady, I am telling you, that would not be  proper, where I am coming from…”

* “Well,  if you’re not bloody staring at me Luvie, what  are you doing then?”

* “Well, I am looking and looking, and I am thinking and thinking to  myself, where is this lady keeping the money to  be paying me?!” 

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One response to “Indian Cab Driver meets Fabulous Oz

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