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fake ray bans Mum’s ‘sorry’ card to Cambridge taxi driver over ‘ride and run’ sonA ‘disappointed’ mum has paid her son’s cab fare after he allegedly ‘did a runner’ from a taxi without paying Share Comments18:00, 13 FEB 2017Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe mother of a man who did a runner from a taxi from Cambridge has penned a touching note to the driver apologising for his actions.Taxi driver Steve Wee picked up two men in Arbury after his cab was booked to take the fare to Lolworth but the men allegedly got out of the taxi and ran along a pathway one of them tripping up and dropping an iPhone in the process which was caught on camera.The News reported the incident and now the mother of one of the men has made amends to Mr Wee, a driver for Panther Taxis, with a touching card and money for the fare.In her letter, the mother, who doesn’t reveal her name http://www.raybansaler.com/, says: “Dear Steve, I am sorry for my son not paying for the cab ride from Arbury to Lolworth. I am very disappointed in him. This is a little something to say sorry.”A mother’s apology letter to a taxi firm regarding her son not paying the fareMr Wee said: “It was never about the money fake ray bans.