Indian fan banned from Bay Oval Stadium in New Zealand after abusing commentator

by Jeremy Spirogis
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An Indian fan has been banned from Bay Oval Stadium for allegedly abusing a commentator throughout a T20 match performed at Mount Mangunai between India and New Zealand on Sunday.

The 24-year-old man was arrested on Sunday whereas attempting to sneak into the bottom to get a commentator's autograph, in line with a report printed on the stuff.co.nz web site. But when the commentator refused to provide him an autograph, he started to talk abusively after which the safety personnel needed to intervene and he was escorted out of the stadium. The web site has not supplied the identify of the commentator.

Let me inform you that this isn’t the primary time {that a} fan has been banned from the stadium of New Zealand. <! –

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                 Last month, a spectator who made racist remarks on quick bowler Joffra Archer throughout a Test match towards England was banned from the Auckland Stadium.

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The information was confirmed by New Zealand Cricket's public affairs supervisor Richard Booke. In an announcement to the web site, he stated, "As of now, as far as his future entry into the stadium is concerned, all his bookings have been canceled while we are discussing what happened and what should be done next." "

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