Mar 05, 2018
David Warner apologises for being David Warner
At a packed media conference in South Africa, David Warner has apologised unreservedly for being David Warner.
The apology came after an altercation with South African batsman Quinton De Kock in a stairwell during the tea break of day four of the first Test.
The incident was caught on a security camera, in what’s believed to be the first ever David Warner stairwell altercation captured on film.
While the altercation is seen as a clear indication that Warner is ready for Federal politics, its considered unacceptable behaviour at a Test cricket level.
In a heartfelt apology written by several members of the Cricket Australia media team and signed off by seven executives, Warner apologised for behaving in a manner ‘totally in character.’
“My actions have not only brought the game into disrepute but made the South African Cricket team seem like the good guys.”
Cricket Australia said Warner would be banned from watching cartoons for two weeks.
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