Police hunt taxi driver who dragged unconscious passenger out of his cab and left him lying senseless in the middle … – Daily Mail

This is the bizarre moment a taxi driver pulls an unconscious man out of his car and leaves him prone in the middle of a London street.

The footage begins with the car pulling over by the pavement and the smartly-dressed driver getting out to pull his worse-for-wear customer through the passenger door.

The man struck his head on the vehicle as he was dragged out of by his feet and was found by an off-duty policeman around 10 minutes later.

In an amazing twist, the driver, who appears to be aged in his 50s or 60s, returned to the scene in Fenchurch Place in the City of London while the man was being tended to and even spoke to the officer but did not reveal his connection to the incident.

City of London Police have released the footage and urged witnesses to come forward to identify the driver as they continue to hunt for him.

A taxi driver, pictured in a light blue shirt, was caught on CCTV leaving an unconscious passenger in the middle of a London street

The driver was filmed dragging the man out of his vehicle in Fenchurch Place, City of London

The man hit his head while being dragged out and the driver is seen looking over him but not doing any more to help

He then drove off leaving the victim prone on the ground, pictured, and police have released the CCTV footage as part of their efforts to track him down

The driver, pictured, was dressed in a pale blue shirt and tan shorts and was balding with white hair

He was dressed in a pale blue shirt and tan shorts and appeared to be balding with white hair. 

Paramedics from the London Ambulance Service treated the man at the scene on May 16 before taking him to hospital.

The driver did not tell any member of the emergency services that the victim had been in his vehicle and then left the scene again. 

PC Christopher Hook, from the City of London Police, said: ‘We would like to speak to anyone who witnessed this incident in May. 

‘To forcibly move a vulnerable person from your taxi and to leave them lying in the middle of the road is appalling and we need to find the man that did this.

‘If you have any information on this incident, please call us on 0207 601 2222 and quote the reference number 2403.’ 

Anyone with information should call police on 0800 555 111 or give information via http://www.crimestoppers-uk.org

The driver then returned to the scene after the man was found by an off duty police officer

The driver even spoke to police but did not reveal what had happened and then left the scene again, pictured