After the debate with women, Slater closed herself in the bathroom
With the help of the Security Guard, they were evacuated there
Sports desk Former Australia opener Michael Slater was fired from the flight due to mistreatment with two women. This delayed the flight by 30 minutes. According to media reports, Slater was going from Sydney to Kansas Flight to his home in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. Only then two women were debated. After this, Slater stopped himself in the bathroom. They refuse to come out. They were taken out with the help of the Security Guard.
Slater later apologized
Slater apologized later due to poor behavior. He is also a cricket commentator. He commented on the 12th season of IPL They are included in the panel of commentators selected for the World Cup.
Slater said, "After catching the flight for the Vagga Wagga, I had a debate with two friends, which caused the troubles of other passengers. I apologize for that."
In this case, the Kantas aircraft said, "The former cricketer was asked to go out before flying on the flight. He broke the rules told by crew members."
Slater had a debate against England in 1993 against Test and South Africa in ODIs. He played against England in the last Test in 2001. At the same time, the last ODI played against England in 1997.
Slater scored 5312 runs in 74 Tests at an average of 42.83. During this time he scored 14 centuries and 21 half-centuries. His highest score is 219 runs. At the same time, 42 ODIs scored 987 runs at an average of 24.07. These include nine half-centuries. His highest score was 73 runs.