A cab was caught going the wrong way on a Delta street this weekend. (Delta Police Traffic Unit)

Delta police officer nearly hits cab going the wrong way, hands out $368 ticket

Cab driver received a $368 fine

A Delta police officer handed out a ticket to a cab going the wrong way this weekend.

The image was posted to a Delta Police Twitter account Saturday afternoon.

“Turning left from 84th Ave to 112th, our officer was surprised to find a taxi heading straight for him – in the wrong lane! Fortunately the officer was alert, and avoided a head-on collision,” the tweet read.

The cab driver received a $368 driving without due care ticket.

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