An Indian-origin cabbie recently became a local celebrity in New York, after he gave Meghan and Harry a ride during a ‘relentless chase’ with paparazzi. In a harrowing turn of events reminiscent of his late mother’s tragic demise, Prince Harry and his enchanting wife, Meghan, found themselves at the center of a heart-stopping spectacle on the bustling streets of New York City.

Whispers of the night’s audacious events began to spread like wildfire after the royal couple’s spokesperson voiced grave concerns over the “near catastrophic car chase” orchestrated by ruthless paparazzi. Meanwhile, Law enforcement officials, contradicting the initial hysteria, disclosed that the pursuit was relatively brief, devoid of injuries, collisions, or arrests.

Indian-origin driver Sukhcharn Singh, a vigilant observer of the urban landscape, instantly recognized the illustrious passengers seeking sanctuary within his yellow cab. “They had this look on their faces,” Singh recollected. “All of a sudden, paparazzi came out and started taking pictures,” he added, emphasizing the adrenaline-soaked atmosphere that engulfed the streets.

It all started when the radiant couple departed the illustrious Ziegfeld Ballroom, where Meghan had received an award. As they ventured towards their awaiting SUV, swarms of curious onlookers and relentless photographers transformed the scene into a captivating spectacle.

The Facts of the Matter

In a heart-stopping turn of events reminiscent of Princess Diana’s tragic past, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle found themselves at the center of a high-speed chase through the bustling streets of New York City. Their spokesperson claimed it was a “near catastrophic car chase,” but subsequent reports revealed a shorter pursuit with no injuries, collisions, or arrests.


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Indian Cabbie Helps UK Royals

Amid the chaos, a yellow taxicab became their refuge as relentless photographers trailed their every move. The couple sought solace at a police station before embarking on an audacious getaway, their cab weaving through traffic under the watchful eyes of NYPD escorts.

The cab driver, Indian-origin Sukhcharn Singh, recognized his illustrious passengers and recounted the paparazzi’s relentless pursuit. While the journey lacked the intensity of a full-fledged chase as it is being touted to be, Singh vividly described the photographers’ appearance and their sudden emergence on the scene.


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The Royal Car Chase Begins – Video

Leaving behind a glamorous charity event, the couple’s departure was a spectacle of crowds and flashing cameras. Their vehicle attracted a swarm of photographers, resulting in near collisions with other drivers and pedestrians, raising concerns about their safety and evoking memories of Princess Diana’s tragic fate.

Ultimately, it was the garbage truck blocking their path that altered their course. Guided by their vigilant security team, the couple sought sanctuary at a nearby police precinct, where they bid farewell to their valiant cab driver.

Amidst the chaos, Singh’s $17 fare was met with a generous tip of $50, a gesture befitting their gratitude for his role in their daring escape.


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Cabbie Becomes Local Hero, Reacts

After becoming a local celebrity for escorting high-profile guests, Singh gave interviews, giving an account of what truly transpired in his humble yellow chariot.

“I was on 67th Street and then the security guard hailed me. Next thing you know, Prince Harry and his wife were hopping into my cab,” he was quoted saying. “They looked nervous, I think they were being chased the whole day or something,” he added, giving a glimpse into the potentially catastrophic evening.

“It was great. Ten-minute drive, $50. What can you ask for? You can’t beat that!”, the generously compensated cabbie said.

 

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