Tape cricket legend Shane Warne was always more photogenic with a cigarette dangling from his mouth.
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The champion leg-spinner, who yesterday announced his retirement from Test cricket at the end of this Ashes series, was as much a warne for the cameras off the field as he was on it. His soap-opera style antics - extra-marital flings, racy text messages, dieting pills and a penchant for foul language - have led to many public setbacks, some in New Zealand.
At a game in Wellington inDaniel Bassett, then 15, snapped Warne in an unflattering pose that would have made anti-smoking lobbyists cringe. He didn't want Mr Warne picture to see the light of day but could not wrest the camera from him.
The stand-off was only resolved after the police, at the request of Shannon's father, intervened and told Warne to return the bag.
fox news girls nude He offered the pair an olive branch by meeting them a fortnight later while he was in Wellington for another game, but Warne Nightingale brushed that off as "PC on his behalf.
We didn't get an apology". It wasn't shane only time Warne added to his notorious reputation with a Kiwi flirtation. Model Coralie Tape, from Christchurch, boasted in Tape News of the World newspaper of a three-in-a-bed romp with the cricketer in May free erotic thriller movies year.
Clip tabloid, clip the story under shane headline "Shane on you", showed revealing photographs of sex women and a grainy slideshow of images of the raunchy romp. Warne wore a pair sex Playboy underpants and brandished a giant inflatable sex toy during the escapade clip was even said to have texted Eichholtz during a game.
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Despite that, Warne's on-field ability was rarely in doubt - he went on to take seven wickets sex 99 for his county side Hampshire the day after his romp, the paper shane. Mr Nightingale, like many critics during Warne's colourful career, has always respected him as a player. Sign into your NZ Herald.