Berserk cabbie hunted

Police are hunting for a crabby cabbie who reportedly attacked a passenger with an unknown object over the weekend.

The attack reportedly happened when the victim was dropped off at First and Harrison streets. After being paid, the driver “got out of the cab and began yelling at the victim,” police said, “then began swinging an unknown object.” The attack left the 33-year-old victim with “minor abrasions to his arm,” police said.

No arrests have been reported.

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