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Pakistani cricketer approached South African team for orgy

03, Nov 2010 By Pagal Patrakar

Dubai, UAE. An unnamed Pakistani cricketer is believed to have approached the South African cricket team for inclusion in “sex orgy” after the end of 3rd ODI between the two nations yesterday. Sources inform that the Pakistani cricketer was “inspired” after reading Herschelle Gibbs’ autobiography, where the former opener had claimed that the South African team indulged in parties, orgies, drugs and alcohol abuse during their cricketing tours.

Herschelle Gibbs
Herschelle Gibbs’ autobiography reveals all

“Yes, he came last night asking if he could join the ‘bang-bang’,” South African captain Johan Botha said, who appeared quite drowsy in the morning due to unknown reasons.

“Initially we thought he was offering to play for us, you know, like Dirk Nannes plays both for The Netherlands as well as Australia. But he had different ideas in mind,” Botha said, but refused to name the Pakistani cricketer.

But sources suggest that the cricketer in question is one of those, whom the Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi had earlier accused of “ogling at girls” while fielding at the boundary line.

“Such cricketers have suddenly started looking at the South African team for ‘opportunities’ after reading Gibbs’ tell-all autobiography,” says a cricket expert in Mumbai, “The Proteas have all that they ever wanted – sex, drugs, alcohol, match-fixing, visa, and Jacques Kallis’ wife.”

Experts believe that PCB could soon put a blanket ban on To The Point, the autobiography of Gibbs, before other cricketers read it and “get ideas”.

Meanwhile, South African team has again rubbished the claims of Gibbs in his book and has clarified that the only time the national team indulged in any kind of orgy was five years ago, when they successfully chased Australia’s mammoth total of 434 runs in an ODI at Johannesburg.

“Gibbs has got all mixed-up in the book,” former South African captain Graeme Smith said, “he talks about orgies by our team and panicky shots in IPL, whereas in reality it is the other way round.”

Suspended IPL commissioner Lalit Modi just smiled when asked for his comments.