Banned Australian cricketer, David Warner’s transformation from cricketer to a tradie, has led to a dramatic incident that left a photographer “shocked and shaken up” and the windscreen of a car got smashed.
Meanwhile, Warner is working at a construction site of his new home in Maroubra in New South Wales. He remains away from the cricketing field following the Australian shenanigans.
The Sandpaper Gate struck during the third and penultimate Test of the four-match Test series in Cape Town which eventually draw the ire.
Earlier, Cricket Australia (CA) has suspended him for 12 months in the wake of the ball tampering scandal in South Africa. It also led the sanctioning of Steven Smith and besieged ball-tamperer Cameron Bancroft.
Paparazzi were trying to get shots of Warner while donning the hard hat during working hours.
However, they were in shock when cricketer’s brother-in-law, Tim Falzon allegedly damaged a car.
Police charge Warner’s brother-in-law-
A report on Seven News revealed that Falzon was found guilty of “willfully damaging and destroying property”.
Moreover, he will appear in court in June, this year owing to the verdict.
According to Seven, 21-year-old photographer Jayden Seyfarth was “staking out Warner’s home”. Talking to media, Jayden admitted that he was in shock after the incident.
The incident comes just days after News Corp posted a video of Warner shifting wood at the building site.
Meanwhile, Warner is clearly not trying to hide his new working arrangement. His wife Candice, who’s active on social media platforms is often sharing photos of her husband.
However, Warner along with Smith can appear in the 2018 County Championship for Surrey if England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) grants them permission.