Andrew Symonds pours Beer over Michael Clarke

Andrew Symonds the perennial monkey of International Cricket is back at it again. After his infamous sexy shorts incident, Symonds finds himself in another soup. Now retired, former Australian Captain Michael Clarke has recently released his autobiography, spilling lots of secrets and one glass of beer.

Clarke's autobiography
Clarke’s autobiography

Clarke’s book has quite a few startling revelations about his relationships with the players and officials he interacted with, during his illustrious career. One such incident includes Andrew Symonds and his many stints with Alcohol. Symonds was always known as an alcoholic and his attitude in the Australian dressing room was motivated by the high induced by his consumption of alcoholic beverages. He was also handed a one match ban when he turned up drunk to a match against Bangladesh in 2005.

Clarke points out this one incident when Symonds and Clarke were good buddies. Symmo got too wasted and drunk out of his minds. In presence of Brian Lata, he emptied an entire glass of beer on Clarke’s head, as a joke. Clarke never spoke to Symonds after that incident. Here’s an excerpt from the book.

Text from Clarke's bookSymonds has been quoted saying the following in Gujarati “Daru Peevanu and Fishing karvanu, Majja ni Life”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cameraman Kamil Yusuf K Saath, Chandnawab, Indus News, Karachi.

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Andrew Symonds fined for wearing Sexy Shorts

Cricket is a funny game. As long as the game can remember, there have been certain characters who either turn the tide or swim against it. Chris Gayle, Yuvraj Singh, Kevin Pietersen, Shahid Afridi just to name a few.

Australia has its share of mischievous cricketers. The likes of Andrew Symonds have always been surrounded by controversy, be it on the cricket field or in a bar. Symonds finds himself tackling bouncers and shoving them out for sixes. Andrew Symonds or as he’s fondly known in India “Teri ma ki” has landed himself in hot water again, literally.

Andrew Symonds wearing Chaddi
Andrew Symonds wearing Chaddi

Andrew Symonds who recently went fishing in some shitty Mithi River of Australia was fined by the Police Department for wearing extremely short shorts. Symonds who wanted to catch some chilean seabass or maybe some shrimp while on a fishing trip was surrounded by cops, instead of fish. His short-shorts were deemed Obscene and caused neighboring widows some heart-ache. The discomfort caused to the widows in the neighborhood led the cops to Symmo who was then fined.

As he was signing his fine ticket, Andrew Symonds was so angry, that he started jumping, splashing and scratching his armpits. Almost, like that of um…err….a …. MONKEY.

Cameraman KAmil Yusuf k saath, Chandnawab, Indus News, Karachi.