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WATCH: Uber driver busted for shockingly racist rant during argument with black passenger

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An Iowa woman says her Uber driver used racial slurs and made monkey noises during an argument.

A Facebook user named Kiara White posted video of the confrontation, which shows her arguing loudly with the driver because she said he twice drove the wrong way on a one-way street, reported the Des Moines Register.

The driver eventually asks the woman to get out of the car, and she demands a refund or a ride to her destination.

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Another woman riding with White can be heard quietly laughing, and the driver mocks her.

“Ha-ha-ha — just like a monkey,” he says.

White asks if he was a citizen, and the man says he was “f*cking born and raised here,” and then he asks if she was born in Mississippi and had moved north to the “slums.”

“This is the most racist motherf*cker I ever experienced in my life,” she says.

White mocks the man for being apparently unable to read a map, and calls him a clown, and the driver admits to calling her a racial slur.

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“Yeah, I called you a n*gger and now you are a n*gger,” he says.

The argument continues until they arrive at the woman’s destination, and both White and the driver threaten to prevent the other from taking part in the ride-sharing system again.

Uber removed the driver’s access to the app, and said his behavior was “appalling.”

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Police said the incident, which appeared to take place between Davenport and Rock Island, was not reported to investigators.

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