A taxi driver accused of raping a sleeping stranger at a spa in Adelaide has been granted bail but is no longer allowed to drive his cab, a court has ruled.
Adelaide Magistrate Simon Smart granted the man, 60, home detention bail, but barred him from the vicinity of Adelaide Aquatic Centre and ordered he stop working as a taxi driver.
The man allegedly raped the woman, 27, at the swimming centre, but is yet to plead to his charges, which include engaging in sexual intercourse with a person without their consent, and indecent assault.
Adelaide Magistrate Simon Smart granted the man, 60, home detention bail, but barred him from the vicinity of the swimming centre and banned his employment as a taxi driver
The taxi driver cannot be named for legal reasons but his lawyers have hinted that he would be disputing the charges, Adelaide Now reports.
The taxi driver drove to the swimming centre where he allegedly committed an 'opportunistic and brazen' attack