Shoaib Akhtar’s dance with Indian Girls in Kolkata

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Shoaib Akhtar likes to get himself humiliated in public every now and then. Now as he has lost his steam, and knows that his future is bleak and on the verge of termination, he tries to get the spotlight by acting weird and strange.

Even as Pakistan faced defeat after defeat at the hands of India, their ace pace bowler Shoaib Akhtar was busy bending it, not on the cricket field but on the dance floor of a luxury hotel in India with three girls. Akhtar, known as the Rawalpindi Express for his tearaway bowling, was reportedly unfit for the third Test against India and supposedly back in Pakistan receiving medical treatment.

According to the report, Pakistan team manager Talat fumed: “I want nothing to do with Shoaib Akhtar. Cricket has made him a rich man, and he can do as he pleases.”

Acording to daily times:

Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar was found dancing with Indian girls in a Kolkata nightclub on Wednesday, a private channel reported. According to Geo News, a Kolkata newspaper published a photo in which Akhtar – known for his indiscipline and controversies – was seen dancing with three girls. The Pakistan cricket team management said the picture was real but they did not want to exaggerate the matter. The channel said Akhtar was frequently violating team discipline, and no one in the management was ready to take action against him, and he had seemingly been given a free hand to do anything that he pleased. In September 2007, Shoaib was banned by the PCB for 13 matches for an alleged brawl with his teammate, Muhammad Asif. He returned to the team on Ocotber 29.

Shoaib Akhtar has got an offer from Bollywood to act, and is considering the proposal.Shoaib Akhtar disclosed to media persons that he got an offer from Bollywood in Kolkata on last Sunday.

Dont expect anything noble from this idiot, to whom we call our fastest speedster.

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