Never a shortage of wankers at WANKhede

ANDREW Symonds has been subjected to yet another round of monkey chants, this time by sections of the Wankhede Stadium crowd during Wednesday night's seventh and final one-day international. The incident occurred on the same day that the Board of Control for Cricket in India finally relented and pledged to investigate racist crowd behaviour, having initially attempted to dismiss the issue. But there can be no denying it now. Following his dismissal for a first-ball duck to spinner Murali Kartik on Wednesday, the Australian all-rounder was taunted with the same monkey chants he was subjected to in Vadodara six days ago. An Australian photographer captured several images of monkey taunting from the crowd, providing for the first time evidence of Symonds's earlier claims. SMH.

Like the Chasers I posted about earlier, there's never a shortage of wankers in the world. I guess it was the best place to capture these wankers on camera at a place called WANKhede stadium. Feels even better now, to have beaten them in their series on their ground, choke on that wankers.

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