Australian Slang
hailing of a taxicab as on the behalf of a drunk person, used a) when someone in a group of drinkers exhibits the first signs of getting drunk, or, b) when someone who is completely sober does something clumsy, such as drop something, bump into something, etc.

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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