A cab driver in New Orleans was held up at gunpoint, had his GPS shot out and forced by the robber to drive to an ATM early Tuesday morning.

According to New Orleans police, the 36-year-old driver picked up the would-be customer at the corner of North Claiborne Avenue and Bienville Street around 5 a.m. That's when the robber shot out the man's GPS and demanded his money.

The robber was given cash then forced the driver to head to an ATM at the corner of St. Charles and Jackson avenues.

NOPD said the robber was arrested shortly after.