The Post follows up
on that strange taxi story
we told you about last week, in which a cabbie forced a young woman whose credit card wouldn't work in his reader to surrended her iPod as recompense for the fare. The cabbie is identified as Mohammed Islam, and says he's willing to return the iPod in exchange for the fare "in the presence of a Taxi and Limousine Commission official." TLC says it is investigating but "we have no evidence of any wrongdoing" at present, and that Islam's reader was working just fine before the incident. The victim, 20-year-old Natalie Lenhart (whom the Post
shows "listening to another of her iPods") remains traumatized: "I looked like a criminal... My dignity was gone." Will the nightmare never end? Not till the inevitable third-act grip-and-grin with Leinhart, Islam, and TLC Commissioner Matt Daus.