Melbourne, Jan.21 (ANI): Twenty-three-year-old Indian taxi driver Ravinder Singh has vowed never to drive a taxi again after being stabbed by an armed robber while handing over all his cash.
Though Singh believes the attack in inner Melbourne was not racially motivated, he says the incident has left him traumatised and unable to work.
"I was scared," news.com.au quoted him, as saying nearly two months after the ordeal.
Singh received deep knife wounds in his chest after handing over between 70 and 80 dollars from his pocket.
Singh - who came to Australia three years ago to study auto mechanics - spent two weeks in a critical condition in hospital and now says he will never drive a taxi again. (ANI)