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Warner spotted toiling as laborer


A few days back Australian opener David Warner has been handed one-year ban for his role in the ball-tampering controversy by the Cricket Australia (CA). Warner who was supposed to lead Sunrisers Hyderabad in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL), could not even participate in the tournament due to the ban.

Meanwhile, on Thursday the disgraced Australian cricket vice captain was spotted working on the building site of his under-development mansion, located in the beach side Sydney suburb of Maroubra. His wife, Candice Warner, shared a video on Instagram of Warner working hard using a drill at their under-construction luxury family home.Warner spotted toiling as laborer

“Trucks have been coming and going for months, but then we don’t see anything for a couple of weeks. We expected this to be built by now — he bought the place ages ago and it’s not pretty to look at,” one of Warner’s neighbours told news.com.au.

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Candice also posted a photo of the couple’s daughters – Ivy Mae, three, and Indi Rae, two – wearing hard hats at the building site. “A couple of cuties on site this morning checking out the progress of their bedrooms,” she captioned the photo on Instagram, also adding the hashtag ‘#dreamhome.’Warner spotted toiling as laborer

–Nazmus Sajid Chowdhury, Contributor, bdcrictime.com

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