Hull bogus taxi warning after sexual assault claims

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People in Hull have been warned about bogus taxis after a woman was sexually assaulted by a driver.

Police said it was investigating the alleged incident, which took place at King George Dock ferry terminal in the early evening of 30 November.

The 24-year-old woman was not injured and officers are trying to establish whether the vehicle was a genuine taxi.

The council has urged people to use only registered black cabs or pre-book private hire taxis.

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