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Popular commentator Michael Slater expelled from flight for misbehaviour

Former Australian legend Michael Slater was reportedly kicked off a domestic flight named Qantas flight from Sydney to Wagga on Sunday after a heated contention including two ladies.

Michael Slater

Macquarie Radio digital content maker Nick Fergus told Ray Hadley on 2GB, Slater was evacuated after a contention with two female friends escaped hand after they loaded up a 74-seater plane at the domestic airport around 3pm on Sunday.

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“He’s been associated with an incredibly heated argument. This has been depicted as not a regular contention — it was hollering, it was swearing and it was just deteriorating as they moved to their seats,” Fergus said.

“What we’re told by observers is Michael expelled himself from the circumstance and went to the bathrooms of the plane. As they were doing the safety briefings he stayed in the bathroom. Crews over and again requested that he turn out and he won’t.

“By then the plane couldn’t take off and it was being deferred further and further and team were compelled to call airport security who boarded the plane,” he added.

Later, the popular commentator Michael Slater apologized for the incident. “I had an argument with two companions while loading onto a flight to Wagga and I am sorry for the inconvenience this caused different travelers on the flight.”

After the retirement from cricket, he took his job as the commentator in the cricket. He’s a much popular commentator now and he’s been involved with Seven Network currently. Michael Slater had been named in the commentator list few weeks ago for the upcoming ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 in England and Wales.

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