Two men have have admitted threatening a cabbie with knives before stealing his taxi in Adelaide.
Zachary Connor Wakefield, 21, and Jake Thomas Wakefield, 20, were arraigned in the South Australian District Court on Monday.
They pleaded guilty to an aggravated robbery on April 19 this year at Ashford, in the city's south-west.
The aggravation was the use of force against the driver in order to steal his taxi, the use of knives immediately before and at the time of the theft, and being in company while committing the offence.
They pleaded not guilty to an aggravated charge of causing harm to the driver, knowing he was in a position of particular vulnerability, and to driving in a dangerous manner.
Police previously said the driver suffered cuts to his throat and was found by a passing cabbie who took him to hospital where he was treated and released.
The men were remanded in custody and the case adjourned to November 11.