A woman who has spent four years living out of her car and has been driving a taxi in London for years is calling on the Metropolitan Police to change its rules about escorts.
Sarah Waddell has been a taxi driver since 2007, and has worked for two different taxi companies in the capital.
She says she is an escort for the past two years and has never had a complaint.
However, she was recently approached by a driver she did not know.
“It was just a case of, ‘What do you think?
But Waddels said she has been in situations in the past where a driver was uncomfortable with the women in their car. “
She was very friendly and it was a great experience, and I felt really comfortable with the driver,” Waddells told HuffPost UK.
But Waddels said she has been in situations in the past where a driver was uncomfortable with the women in their car.
She said she had a friend who had been a driver and she did her best to get along with her, but the experience was not always successful.
“One day, the driver came and said, ‘I just want you to know I’m not in the cab, and if you do anything wrong I’m going to come back with a big fat bill.
I’m looking to charge you $40,000 to get out of this relationship.'”
Waddolls told HuffPost that she had been driving for the company for around three years when she noticed a “different personality” in her taxi.
She was able to find a driver who would provide a more “casual” experience, she said.
“I’m not going to lie, it was weird.
I was a bit apprehensive about doing something like this.
I didn’t know how to deal with it, but I just had to get used to it.”
Waddlls said she was unsure how long she would be a taxi escort, as she does not yet know how many hours she would work.
“My whole life, I have been an escort.
I’ve been an escorting for my whole life,” she said, “but it’s only been in London that I’ve seen my own profession.”
She said that she was now concerned that her driver may be being more selective about what she will do, as they do not have the same type of experience in the industry.
Waddills driver said she is not going out of the cab Sarah Wadill, who works as a taxi cab driver in London, says she has “never had a problem” with a driver.
Sarah said that drivers in London have been more accommodating to her in the city, but that she has also been discriminated against by some taxi drivers in the country.
She told HuffPost: “I have been called ‘hot’.
I have not been told to ‘dress nice’.
I know a few guys in the States who don’t give a crap about me as much as they would the way I’ve worked my whole career.” “
People in the US are just not as accepting of my experience.
I know a few guys in the States who don’t give a crap about me as much as they would the way I’ve worked my whole career.”
Wads taxi company has a reputation of not being as friendly to women drivers in general.
But Sarah said she did feel welcome when she was working for the firm.
“They were very welcoming and I didn:t have to think twice about what I was doing.
She added that she hoped the Metropolitan police would “do a better job of keeping the city safe”. “
If I had a bad experience they would listen and it would be my fault, not theirs.”
She added that she hoped the Metropolitan police would “do a better job of keeping the city safe”.
A spokesman for the Met said: “We have a zero tolerance policy on any form of discrimination.
The spokesperson said that the police would continue to monitor the industry to ensure that any potential concerns were addressed. “
We are committed to a culture of equality and we will not tolerate harassment or discrimination in any way.”
The spokesperson said that the police would continue to monitor the industry to ensure that any potential concerns were addressed.
Sarah, who is also a nurse, said she hoped her experience would give other women the confidence to work in the profession.
“Being an escort in the business is a lot of hard work and it’s not all about the money.
I don’t feel like I’m working against the law. “
There are lots of women out there who just want to do what they love, to have fun and to get away from all the crap that is happening in society.”
I don’t feel like I’m working against the law.
I feel like they are just looking out for me.
It was nice that I had some support in the process.