Man left with broken jaw after taxi row in Hull city centre
HULL: A man suffered a broken jaw outside a city nightclub following a dispute over a taxi.
The assault happened between 3am and 3.45am on Sunday, March 3, outside Fuel in Baker Street.
A police spokesman said: "A 31-year-old man left the club alone to get a taxi home. The man got into a taxi outside the club, having agreed the journey with the driver. At the same time, two unknown men also got into the back seat of the vehicle alongside the original customer.
"A dispute ensued between the men over rights to the taxi, with the driver requesting that the two men leave his vehicle.
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"The driver and his fare got out of the vehicle, quickly followed by the other two men, one of whom punched the 31-year-old in the face."
Police want to speak to the taxi driver and the other men involved in the incident. Witnesses should call non-emergency number 101.