“I had friends stuck,” David Warner joins bandwagon as he slams IndiGo flight after Kapil Sharma vents frustration for poor service
Notably, several celebrities in the past criticized IndiGo for its poor services and delays and now Warner joined the bandwagon.
David Warner, Kapil Sharma (Images via ESPNcricinfo, X)
Australia opener David Warner reacted to a video posted by popular Indian comedian Kapil Sharma in which the latter slammed the IndiGo flight. Sharma lambasted IndiGo for getting delayed by four hours.
Notably, several celebrities in the past criticized IndiGo for its poor services and delays. Warner joined the bandwagon and recalled how his friend stuck for hours at the airport.
The IndiGo flight 6E 5149, which was scheduled to take off at 8:00 PM from Chennai, got delayed by four hours. The reason for the delay was that the co-pilot exceeded his duty hours but as he did not turn up, and his replacement co-pilot got stuck in the traffic, hence the flight got delayed.
People r suffering bcoz of you @IndiGo6E lying lying n lying, there r some old passengers on wheel chairs, not in a very good health condition. Shame on you #indigoSharma wrote on X.
This is a very sad situation and I had friends stuck in a similar manner.Warner replied.
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Ricky Ponting feels Cameron Bancroft can replace David Warner in Test cricket
David Warner is set to retire from Test cricket after a home series against Pakistan in January next year. Pakistan and Australia are going to lock horns for a three-match Test series starting on December 14. The Test match at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) will be the 37-year-old’s last Test match of his career.
After Warner’s retirement, Cricket Australia’s headache will be to find his replacement who can open the innings alongside Usman Khawaja. Former Aussie skipper Ricky Ponting feels Cameron Bancroft has the ability to take Warner’s spot. Bancroft has been the leading run scorer in Sheffield Shield for two seasons.
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