A woman from Massachusetts named Denise Rebelato, aged 31, recently came back from a trip to Brazil. She landed at the JFK airport in NYC and decided to take a cab afterwards just like any regular person would do. The problem was she lived very far away – in Framingham, Massachusetts located approximately 15 miles west of Boston.
She called several companies to ask how much it would cost her and all the dispatchers told her the amount for a long distance ride would come between $850 and $1000. Ms. Rebelato eventually took a cab from the JFK International Airport and had the driver named Adnan Chaudhry take her to Framingham.
Unfortunately, when they reached her home the cab driver was surprised very unpleasantly. The cab fare was $980 but his customer Rebelato refused to pay the amount. After the unfortunate turn of events and a short dispute, the driver gave Rebelato another ride but this time to the Framingham Police Station. Rebelato was charged with larceny over $250 and her case bewildered the judge who could not believe someone would take a cab from NYC to Framingham instead of the bus.