Miami Woman Who Attacked Uber Driver Faces The Music (Video)

| by Zara Zhi
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The infamous woman who was caught on camera attacking an Uber driver and hurling the man’s belongings into the street in Florida (video below) has been identified as a Miami doctor.

Fourth-year neurology resident with Jackson Health System, Anjali Ramkissoon, got into an Uber without booking it on Jan. 17. When the driver requested that she get out, Ramkissoon became incensed and belligerent.

The YouTube video shows her punching and kicking the driver and then getting into the passenger seat of the car and hurling his papers, cellphone, electronics and other possessions out into the street.

“Get the f--- in the car, you piece of f------ disgusting s---!” she screams at him.

She also says, “You don’t know who the f--- you’re messing with right now.”

And now the tantrum-thrower is paying the price. According to Miami Herald, Ramkissoon is now suspended from all clinical duties and is on administrative leave.

In a statement, her employer said, “Jackson has launched an internal investigation. The outcome of the investigation will determine whether any disciplinary action will be taken, up to and including termination.”

As previously reported by Opposing Views, The footage was filmed by Juan Cinco, who had booked the Uber to take him home from the Mary Brickell Village in Miami, Florida, on Jan. 17.

After being refused a ride, the woman locked herself in the front passenger seat and began causing a scene, startling passersby.

When the driver called the police, Ramkissoon taunts him by saying, “I'm a 5-foot-tall girl who weighs 100 pounds and I am getting really belligerent right now.”

Miami police spokeswoman Frederica Burden confirmed police were at the scene but said there was no report filed and there would be no investigation. 

Uber also released a statement, even though Ramkissoon had reportedly not hailed a ride on that night:

“Uber expects everyone associated with the platform -- both drivers and riders -- to conduct themselves with a shared level of respect and common courtesy, and all forms of harassment and abuse are not tolerated. We have suspended the rider account of this individual as we investigate the incident.”

Sources: Miami Herald, Opposing Views, YouTube / Photo credit: Daily Mail