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Two Australian players tied hands and feet all night and tapped on the mouth; Revelation of Chahal

Yusvendra Chahal, who shocked fans by describing his past experience in the IPL, reveals another incident that took place during the tournament. Chahal has revealed that while playing for the Mumbai Indians in the first season of 2013, he was handcuffed by two teammates. Chahal made the revelation during a YouTube channel program with R Ashwin.

Chahal said the incident happened after the 2011 champions won. The party was held at a hotel in Chennai. Fellow Andrew Symonds drank too much juice at the party. After this, James tied his hands and feet together with Franklin and tapped his mouth. Chahal says they later left.

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He was in the same condition all night. The employee who came to clean in the morning saw and rescued himself. He asked how long he had been in this position. His reply was that it was all night. When I told my colleagues about this, the response was that they had no recollection of what had happened that night. Chahal recalled that they had said that things were not under their control as they drank a lot of ‘juice’.

Chahal had revealed about another incident that took place in 2011 while he was in Mumbai Indians. The incident described by Chahal took place in Bengaluru in 2013. Chahal said the drunken Mumbai Indians player was hanging from a balcony on the 15th floor and was rescued by other players who were still wrapped around his teammate’s neck.

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Chahal joined Royal Challengers Bangalore from Mumbai Indians in 2014. The Rajasthan Royals have bagged Rs 6.5 crore in this season’s mega auction. This time he took 7 wickets in three matches. Chahal has played in three IPL teams. He has been a match winner in a number of matches for RCB. Chahal, a former chess player, later turned his attention to cricket.

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