Crime & Courts Aberdeen taxi fare row leads to court By Danny McKay April 11 2020, 7.44am Share Aberdeen taxi fare row leads to court Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/crime-courts/3612885/aberdeen-taxi-fare-row-leads-to-court/ Copy Link Aberdeen Sheriff Court A man shouted and swore at an Aberdeen taxi driver in a row over a fare. Lukasz Zurawik, 42, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court in connection with the matter. Solicitor John Hardie said his client had been discharged from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and the hospital had arranged a taxi to his friend’s house on Logie Place on March 18. However, he did not speak English and thought the cab had been paid for. He got into an argument with the driver when he asked for money. Keep up to date with the latest news with The Evening Express newsletter Depute fiscal Anna Chisholm said Zurawik behaved in an “angry manner” and swore at the driver when he phoned the police. Zurawik, of Logie Place, Aberdeen, pled guilty to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner. Sheriff Robert McDonald, taking into account the time Zurawik had spent remanded, admonished him. This article originally appeared on the Evening Express website. For more information, read about our new combined website.