Fairfax Media report that Chris Gayle shown himself to some female who entered a changing room during the World Cup of last year’s.
The Melbourne Renegades have fined star player Chris Gayle $10,000 for remarks he made to a night’s triumph over the Hobart Hurricanes in the reporter during Monday Big Bash League.
A proper apology was made by the CEO of the team Stuart Coventry to to get a sideline interview during which Gayle requested McLaughlin to get a drink following the match and told her not to ‘blush infant’ to journalist Mel McLaughlin.
Mr Coventry told reporters in the news conference on Tuesday that Gayle’s remarks were a ‘one off’, as a result of ethnic differences and were ‘said in jest’.
Neroli Meadows ‘does it just to humiliate that individual for the reason that public stadium’.
Meadows says she understood instantly that Gayle would make remarks that are improper to Mel McLaughlin ‘the minute he got out’.
Mr Coventry says others have been ‘utilising’ the scenario when asked about reports of previous behavior that is improper from Gayle.
After Gayle seemed to proposition her, McLaughlin was left clearly disturbed throughout the interview.
The laughing batsman said his sending-off enabled him to ‘come to the interview to view you’.
‘That is the reason I am here, simply to see your eyes’ he said.
‘ we have a drink after and are able to win this match. Do not blush infant.’
Social media instantly lit up, tagging an affront to girls and Gayle’s remarks sexist.
It started an apology three overs after in the broadcaster that measures would be taken to prevent future such events and who said Gayle’s remarks are not supported.