A CAB driver who shouted verbal abuse at a female parking warden who gave him a ticket has had his licence suspended.

At around 2.30pm on October, 23 Gulniaz Khan was dropping off six passengers on West George Street when he was given a ticket for parking on double yellow lines.

When issued with the fine he jumped out of his car and called the woman a f***ing b**ch. The woman was wearing a body camera and the incident was caught on camera.

Mr Khan was brought before Glasgow City Council’s licensing board on Wednesday morning to explain his actions.

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He said: “I was dropping off six passengers and had to pull-in at the double yellow lines. The warden gave me a ticket and I got out of my vehicle to challenge her.

“I was informed this was a bus stop but I told her I was not parking, I was just dropping off passengers. I would like to apologise for calling her a b**ch."

Councillor John Kane said: “Your behaviour towards this parking attendant is totally unacceptable. You used language which I am not going to repeat.

The committee decided to suspend Mr Khan’s licence for one week.