A BUS driver is being investigated after claims that he shouted abuse at a car waiting in the drop off bay at Slough Station.

The bus driver was going towards the bus station, but was stuck in the daily gridlock waiting for cars picking up and dropping off outside the train station.

He opened his window and started heckling swear words at a car waiting.






Now, Stewarts Coaches- which runs the Bath Road Central service – has said it will be investigating the driver and has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to anti-social behaviour.

A spokesperson explained: “Antisocial behaviour from any of our employees is not acceptable and we will be investigating this matter now that we have been made aware of it.”

The spokesperson added that the bus company runs on behalf of many businesses on the Bath Road, which are in ‘no way’ connected to the incident.