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5:31am on Sunday the 16th of June
CABBIE BECOMES HUGE STAR
A computer expert has described his astonishment at seeing the BBC's 24-hour news channel interview supposed taxi driver Guy Goma in the mistaken belief it was him. Guy Kewney - a white, bearded technology expert - was astonished to see himself appear on screen as a black man with an apparent French accent. He was even more shocked to see himself unable to answer basic questions about the legal battle between the Beatles' Apple Corps and Apple Computer over the use of an apple symbol.


Mr Kewney, an IT journalist, watched as Mr Goma, whose identity remained a mystery until it was revealed on Monday night by the BBC, gamely attempted to answer questions fired at him by BBC consumer affairs correspondent Karen Bowerman.

Mr Goma, a graduate from the Congo, described his surprise interview ordeal as "very stressful". He found himself being ushered into a studio and fitted with a microphone after raising his hand when a producer called out the name Guy Kewney.

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I love london cabbies. Where else in the world can you pay 12 to be driven around bumpy roads in old black sedans, while a middle-aged man drunk on chicken korma sauce lectures you on the benefits of throwing immigrants in the river? Speaking of which, I'm hungry. Chicken Korma sounds excellent! I love indian food. It makes me so happy, and minutes later I get sick all over the floor. I never learn.
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