Kochi: Three women on Wednesday were arrested by Maradu police after they resorted to violence against an Uber driver. The incident occurred around 11.30 am near the Police Watch Tower at Vyttila Jn. The trio had booked the cab using the Uberpool facility which allows passengers headed to the same destination to ride in the same cab and share the fare. However, the women got angry with the driver after they saw another male passenger seated in the vehicle. Though the male passenger told the women he was ready to sit in the front, the women were unwilling to settle for this. The dispute over seat sharing led to an altercation and they attacked the driver. One of the women hit the driver on the head with a stone. A bleeding Shafeeq was rushed to the hospital in the Police Control Room. The car was also damaged in the violent standoff. The women apprehended were Angel Baby, 36 Clara Shijin, 27 and Sheeja, 30.
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