Robbers attack on West Indies cricketer, phone and bag looted at gunpoint outside team hotel
West Indies cricketer Fabian Allen, who is playing in the SA20 League, was robbed of his bag and phone at gunpoint outside the team hotel. The robbers attacked Allen outside the team hotel and stole his phone and bag.
West Indies cricketer Fabian Allen, who is playing in the SA20 League, was robbed of his bag and phone at gunpoint outside the team hotel. It is being told that this incident happened outside the team hotel in Johannesburg, where the robbers suddenly attacked and took Fabian Allen at gunpoint forced him and stole his phone and bag. After this incident, questions have been raised about the safety of the cricketers participating in SA20. Let us tell you that 28-year-old all-rounder Fabian Allen is a resident of Jamaica and is playing for the Paarl Royals franchise in SA20.
In media reports, sources from Paarl Royals franchise SA20 and Cricket West Indies have confirmed the incident. A Cricket West Indies source said that Allen was not harmed. A top Windies board official told Cricbuzz that our head coach Andre Colli has contacted Fabian. He is fine.
This is the second incident in the recent security-related matter related to SA20 cricketers. The second season of the league has reached the playoffs. Paarl Royals will play Qualifier 1 after the Eliminator on 7 February and the SA20 final will be played on 10 February. Everyone is shocked by this incident that happened with the cricketer. Usually, such incidents do not happen with any player.