Manoj Kuttiyani at Mold Crown Court
Manoj Kuttiyani from Penyffordd, who is standing trial in Mold, denies the charge
Manoj Kuttiyani from Penyffordd, who is standing trial in Mold, denies the charge.
He is accused of "pouncing" on a disabled passenger and sexually assaulting her.
Mold Crown Court heard Manoj Kuttiyani, 48, took the vulnerable woman home before he "forced himself" on her.
Kuttiyani, of Hawarden Road, Penyffordd, denies sexually assaulting the woman in her Flintshire home after picking her up at around 6.15pm from a pub in the county in February last year.
The victim had been to a karaoke night with her partner when the woman phoned a minicab and was picked up by Kuttiyani.
Her husband decided to get a bus home separately as he wanted to buy a Chinese meal for the couple.
However the victim said after she got home Kuttiyani knocked on her door and when she opened it he pounced on her and began to sexually assault her.
The victim said her ordeal for around 20 minutes and when it ended she called her son who told her to call the police.
When her partner arrived home she told him what had happened and he also told her to call the police.
A recording of the 999 call was played to the court. In it the victim told the operator how the minicab driver had brought her home then "forced himself" on her.
She said: "I am not very well. I am disabled. The front door was locked. When I opened the door he pounced on me, kissing me and touching my breasts. He's given me his private mobile number even. He wants to have an affair with me.
I don't know what to do.
"He was all over me, touching me. He was over my face with his mouth open. He grabbed me between my legs. He knew I was vulnerable.
The victim, who became distressed during parts of the recording, said she "didn't want a fuss" and had tried to talk to Kuttiyani about his wife and children but his mouth was around her mouth.
She said he pushed her up against the wall and the radiators when he was in her kitchen and kissed her.
She added: "His teeth were biting into my face. It was like he was hungry. I am just so much in shock.
"I didn't know what to do. I just kept him talking because I thought he was going to go further."
The trial continues on Wednesday, when the defence will open.