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Cabbies in Hong Kong went undercover to catch illicit Uber drivers. It backfired.

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image credit: uber.com. A Uber driver stands beside his car.

They book an Uber on the app like other passengers and get in the rear.

The tone changes midway through the ride and they expose themselves.

Pull over. It’s you. A Hong Kong passenger informs his Uber driver, “You are in trouble for driving an Uber,” in one of several recent videos.

The passengers aren’t traffic cops. The ride-hailing platform’s lack of regulation in Hong Kong has spurred vigilante cab drivers into direct action.

After the automobile stops, they hand over the driver, frequently in shock, to the police.

You might call this provocative. But without these films, people may think we inflate the number of ‘white-plate vehicles’ out there,” Ka Chun, a taxi driver who participated in a sting operation, said.

Uber is called “white-plate vehicles” by taxi drivers. “We want government law enforcement.”


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