Indian bowler Chahal says he was hung from a fifteenth floor IPL player says colleague
NEW DELHI: Indian bowler Yuzvendra Chahal says he was hung from a fifteenth floor lodgin
The episode occurred during a social affair when the leg-spinner,
who has played 61 one-day internationals for India,
was a piece of the Mumbai Indians establishment.
Chahal recently affirmed that he was additionally tormented by Mumbai colleagues in 2011 when he was an exceptional ability.
“So there was a player who was exceptionally intoxicated – and I won’t take his name – he was extremely plastered, he just called me to the side and he took me outside and he hung me out from the overhang,” Chahal, presently 31, said in a video posted Thursday by his present IPL group Rajasthan Royals.
“I was clutching him, with my arms around his neck. Assuming that I had lost my hold, we were on the fifteenth floor… had there been a little error there, I would have tumbled down,” he said.
Chahal said he was saved by individuals who raced to his salvage.
“I sort of swooned and they gave me water.
Then, at that point, I understood how mindful we should be the point at which we go anyplace,” said the bowler,
who was talking in the video to individual spinner Ravichandran Ashwin about precarious off-field circumstances.
“Somebody’s life is in danger, certain individuals could think it is amusing yet as far as I might be concerned,
it isn’t interesting in any way,” he said during ESPNcricinfo’s ‘T20 Time Out’ program.
(give) a day to day existence boycott for that individual included and send that individual to a rehabilitation clinic as fast as could really be expected.”
Chahal had claimed in a web recording recently that, in another occurrence,
his then Mumbai partners James Franklin and Andrew Symonds tied him up,
taped his mouth and left him in a room and disregarded him in 2011.
IPL player says colleague