On Wednesday, England all-rounder Sam Curran slammed the airline for not allowing him to board his plane. Karan, who recently became the most expensive player in IPL auction history, took a whopping Rs 18.5 billion bid from Punjab’s Kings in a mini-auction last month. Curran said on Twitter that British airline Virgin and his Atlantic had denied him boarding because of a damaged seat, describing the incident as “shocking and embarrassing”.
“Just came on a @VirginAtlantic flight and was told I could not travel because my seat was broken on the flight. Absolutely crazy. Thank you @VirginAtlantic. Shocked and embarrassed,” Curran tweeted. did. .
Hi Sam, I am very sorry, but please contact our team at the help desk and we will be happy to look into an alternative flight for you. You can also send your feedback to our Customer Care team (firstname.lastname@example.org). SarahMore
— Virgin Atlantic (@VirginAtlantic) January 4, 2023
Karan, who was a tournament player in the T20 World Cup, will play for PBKS next season after the IPL.
He was in a fierce bid to secure the T20 World Cup Player of the Tournament service with Mumbai Indians, Royal Challenger Bangalore, Rajasthan Royals, Chennai Super Kings, Lucknow Super Giants and Punjab Kings paddle up with enthusiasm. was witnessed.
After all, it was the Rajasthan Royals who broke the bank to acquire Kallang, which topped the Rs 16.25 crore peak that the Rajasthan Royals spent big to acquire South African all-rounder Chris Morris in 2021. It was the Punjabi Kings. .
After being acquired by PBKS, Curran revealed he had a sleepless and tense night before the IPL mini auction.
“I didn’t get much sleep last night. It’s been incredibly humbling. I didn’t expect to receive it,” Curran said on Star Sports’ Cricket Live – Auction Special.
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