The Spanish Formula One driver Carlos Sainz denounced on Sunday the aggression that his sister suffered yesterday when traveling in an Uber in Madrid on the part of a "taxi driver who threw a rock".
Outraged with the aggression suffered yesterday by my sister in a uber in Madrid. A taxi driver throws a stone at them. They could have done a lot of damage or something worse. I know that the majority of the guild does not support this type of aggression but put an end to this situation. pic.twitter.com/SUKrLpXVLw
– Carlos Sainz (@ Carlossainz55)
January 20, 2019
"Outraged with the aggression that my sister suffered in an Uber yesterday in Madrid. A taxi driver threw a stone at them. They could have done a lot of damage or worse. ", said the Madrilenian in a message posted on his Twitter profile.
Carlos Sainz also published a video showing the stone with which a taxi driver, as the pilot explained, broke the window of the vehicle in which his sister was traveling.
"I know that the majority of the union does not support this type of aggression, but put an end to this situation", asked Carlos Sainz.
The taxi drivers from Madrid maintain the call for an indefinite strike starting at 6.00 am on Monday, January 21.
With this decision are added to the taxi drivers of Barcelona, who on 18 began an indefinite strike in protest at the new regulations that drives the Government to regulate rental vehicles with driver (VTC) that establishes that these services must be contracted with a minimum advance of 15 minutes.