Cricketing legend Shane Warne has been hard at work in the nets and promises to have a new mystery embarrassment ready to bamboozle the public with in time for the first test of the summer.
“I’m not going to reveal whether its going to be a dodgy relationship with some high profile sheila or a variation on my stock sexting shenanigans,” said an enigmatic Warne as he left an Ashley and Martin clinic. “You’ll just have to wait and see.”
Warne has already unleashed his first unplayable embarrassment of the season, an open letter to Nick Kyrgios, in which he described the tennis player as a rank amateur when it came to public disgrace and urging the youngster to lift his game and really start acting like a prat.
“I can tell by the look on his face that Shane has something special up his sleeve,” said fellow commentator Mark Taylor. “Whether it’s a new jig that he’s going to unleash from the balcony while joining in on victory celebrations or just a boofheaded opinion on something that takes off in a totally unexpected direction, it’s always hard to pick.”
Whatever the mystery embarrassment is, it is unlikely to be as memorable as Warne’s so called ‘Embarrassment Of The Century’ from 2010, also known as the TV show ‘Warnie’.