Hassan Nagi leaves the District Court after pleading guilty.
A Sydney taxi driver’s bail has been continued after he pleaded guilty this morning to raping three passengers.
Thirty-seven-year-old Hassan Nagi was charged with raping the women between 2003 and 2007 at Glebe, Kings Cross and Kogarah.
Nagi had initially argued the women were prostitutes and the sex was consensual, but there was a dispute about the fees paid.
However, police say two of the women were drunk and vulnerable when they were attacked.
Two of the victims sat quietly in the Downing Centre District Court today, as Nagi pleaded guilty to six counts of rape.
The Bexley man’s lawyer asked for a discounted sentenced for his guilty plea.
Nagi has walked free from court after his bail was continued.
Under his bail conditions, he has to report to police three times a week.