Muslim taxi driver from Birmingham has been jailed for 7 years for a heinous sex attack on a female passenger. The girl had asked him to take her to a nightclub to meet friends but that was to hard for the perverted Islamic sex fiend to just do his job, instead he took her to a quiet country lane and forced himself on her.
Despite overwhelming DNA evidence against evildoer Manazar Khan, the selfish coward still wasn’t man enough to admit his vile crime. Instead trying to twist things onto his victim claiming she made the advances and was crying rape.
She wanted to go to a nightclub – but he told her: ‘Let’s chill’
A taxi driver who launched a sex attack on a woman passenger in a deserted country lane has been jailed for seven years.
Manazar Khan, who worked for Erdington-based Galaxy Taxis, forced himself on the victim as he drove her to a nightclub in Sutton Coldfield.
He denied two sexual assault charges and told Warwick Crown Court she made advances towards him.
But a jury took just 80 minutes to find him guilty.
Passing sentence, Recorder Steven Evans said the offences were a serious breach of the trust women placed in taxi drivers.
Khan, 30, formerly of Holte Road, Aston, struck as he drove the victim from Tamworth to Sutton in July 2014.
The court heard he encouraged her to call him directly rather than use Galaxy’s switchboard after she left her phone in her car on an earlier journey.
He picked her up from a pub but then diverted past the Belfry hotel and leisure complex and stopped his Audi A6 in a farm track off Grove Lane, Wishaw.
Peter Cooper, prosecuting, said he told the victim: “Let’s just chill for five minutes” and leaned over and kissed her.
Ignoring her when she said she wanted to go, he climbed over from the driver’s seat and reclined her seat before pushing up her top and bra and touching and kissing her breasts.
The attack continued but Khan was forced to drive on when another car came down the track.
The victim then asked to be driven home but “unwisely” got back into his car and went to Sutton, Mr Cooper said.
She later reported the attack after her sister and friends realised she was upset.
Khan, who split with his wife over the case and was said to be living with a girlfriend in Lozells, was also ordered to register as a sex offender for life.
He initially told police nothing sexual had gone on and denied driving down the track.
But traces of his DNA were found on her underwear and her DNA was on his shirt.