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Fans unhappy with Australian cricketers for trolling Indian cricketers

Fans unhappy with Australian cricketers for trolling Indian cricketers

  1. Australian cricketers Pat Cummins and Glenn Maxwell face backlash for engaging with a satirical Instagram post from ‘The Betoota Advocate’ that humorously trolls Indian players after their World Cup 2023 loss to Australia.
  2. The post playfully depicts Australian cricketer Travis Head giving birth to 11 fully grown Indian cricketers, creating controversy and anger among Indian cricket fans on social media.
  3. The incident adds to recent cricket controversies, including an FIR against Mitchell Marsh for a viral photo with legs on the trophy, showcasing the heightened emotions and sensitivities in the Indian cricketing community.

In a hilarious turn of events, Australian cricketers Pat Cummins and Glenn Maxwell found themselves embroiled in a social media controversy, eliciting the ire of Indian cricket fans. The source of the controversy was an Instagram post from ‘The Betoota Advocate’ that playfully trolled Indian players for their loss in the World Cup 2023 final against Australia.

The post, featuring hospital babies superimposed with the faces of Indian captain Rohit Sharma and former captain Virat Kohli among others, humorously portrayed the aftermath of the defeat in front of a massive home crowd of 1.3 lakh at Narendra Modi Stadium.

Australia, triumphant in the final, secured their sixth ODI World Cup trophy, adding to the celebration. The Instagram post took a satirical approach, with the title reading, ‘South Australian Man Gives Birth to World Record 11 Sons,’ a playful nod to Australian cricketer Travis Head, who played a pivotal role in the final, scoring 137 runs on 120 balls and bowling 0/4 in 2 overs.

The post, accompanied by laughing emojis from Pat Cummins and a like from Glenn Maxwell, went on to humorously describe the “birthing miracle” of Travis Head giving birth to 11 fully grown Indian cricketers.

It joked about breaking records, including becoming the first man to give birth to two or more babies and delivering the highest number of babies in a single pregnancy. The language experts even coined the term ‘undecaplets’ for 11 or more babies from the same pregnancy.

The humorous narrative continued, suggesting that the pregnancy might have been conceived during the World Test Championship at The Oval a few months ago. Medical practitioners were said to be baffled by the feat, and the Obstetrician in charge of the birth expressed incredulity, likening it to a mystery on par with the pyramids.

The post reads,

MODERN MIRACLE: A humble South Australian man with strong facial hair has today shocked the world.

Craigmore local Travis Head has broken multiple records overnight, after one of the most incredible feats in human history.

The cricketer from Adelaide shocked humanity by giving birth to 11 sons.

The birthing miracle is believed to have broken multiple records, including becoming the first man to give birth to two or more babies.

It’s also the highest number of babies ever successfully delivered, with language experts studying long and hard to find the word ‘undecaplets’ (aka the term for 11 or more babies from the same pregnancy).

It’s unknown how exactly Travis managed to give birth to 11 fully grown Indian cricketers, with medical practitioners said to be completely blown away by the feat.

Medical experts are also scratching their heads as to how Mr Head managed to remain unaware of the pregnancy, which was reportedly conceived at The Oval a few months ago during the World Test Championship.

It’s unknown if Travis’ century in last night’s cricket match brought on the labour, with that just another question to add to the list.

“Honestly, I’ve never seen anything like it,” said the Obstetrician in charge of the birth.

“How a young father gave birth to 11 fully grown Indian men, we may never know.”

“This is up there with the pyramids in terms of a mystery.”

More to come.

The post, intended as satire, quickly became a source of contention as Indians expressed their fury on social media. The backlash was swift and intense, with many taking offense at the mocking tone of the post. Social media platforms became a battleground for angry Indian cricket fans, voicing their discontent over the perceived disrespect shown towards their beloved cricketers.

This incident followed a recent controversy involving Australian cricketer Mitchell Marsh, whose casual pose with legs placed on the trophy went viral. In Uttar Pradesh, an Indian lodged an FIR against Marsh, urging a ban on him from playing cricket in India.

The cricketing world, both on and off the field, seemed to be caught in a web of unexpected controversies, highlighting the passionate emotions that the sport ignites among its fans.

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