Watch: Cameron White Destroys Fan's French-Fries After Signing Autograph

Watch: Cameron White Destroys Fan’s French-Fries After Signing Autograph

Cameron White
Cameron White (Credits: Twitter)

While cricketers are not at all expected to love french-fries, perhaps no one hates them as much as Australia’s Cameron White and the latter proved it on Sunday with a hilarious gesture. Another reason behind the former Australia batsman’s gesture could be that he is not a very big fan of Salt Bae meme or has had enough of it.

Cameron White was making his way into the dressing room along with his other Adelaide Strikers teammates when he and others were asked to re-enact famous Salt Bae’s action. Wes Agar, Billy Stanlake and Alex Carey were all happy to sprinkle imaginary salt over one fan’s half-full box of french fries but Cameron White had other ideas.

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Cameron White
Cameron White (Credits: Twitter)

After giving autograph to a sign adorned with the words ‘Salt Fan Club’ – assumedly named after Strikers batsman Phil Salt – Cameron White hilariously tossed the plate of french-fries and ran away with a big grin on his face. Unsurprisingly, the fans were miffed with the turn of events and were seen shouting as Cameron White ran towards the dressing room

Here is a clip of that hilarious incident: 


Adelaide Strikers in stunning form:

Adelaide Strikers have started the ongoing season of the Big Bash League in a stunning manner. As of now, they are the only unbeaten side this season. After their first game did not yield any result, they won their next three to take the top spot in the points table with seven points.

In their last outing, Adelaide Strikers beat Melbourne Renegades by 18 runs to register their third win on the trot. After scoring 155 for 6, the Strikers managed to restrict the Renegades for 137 for 8. The Strikers next face the Sydney Thunder in a home fixture on Tuesday.



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