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    NZ A players accidentally cause riot

    Neil Broom and Aaron Redmond admit to breaking curfew | New Zealand Cricket News | Cricinfo.com

    Not the cleverest.

    Had a bit of a laugh at the picture and caption.

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    Haha, that's amazing. Love the handing out of money bit. Probably smashed at the time, but that's fantastic.
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    Hope I'm not the only one who found it hilarious.
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    Heh, that's awesome. If they were going t get into grief for curfew they wasted the opportunity though. Lots of hilarity you can get up to in India after dark.


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    haahhah @ the pic hah lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Hope I'm not the only one who found it hilarious.
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    Haha, brilliant, I wonder if they were high? i've heard from friends handing out money
    to Indians in slummy streets and causing a riot is quite trippy, maybe doing what Fleming and Hart did
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedStar View Post
    Haha, brilliant, I wonder if they were high? i've heard from friends handing out money
    to Indians in slummy streets and causing a riot is quite trippy...
    Would be freakin' out personally.
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    sad state of affairs that some of our areas are still this bad, tbh..


    And honestly, while I do see the funny side of it, it is actually physically risky to be out in the streets doing stuff like that... You never know what some of the drunk guys there can do..
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    Quote Originally Posted by honestbharani View Post
    sad state of affairs that some of our areas are still this bad, tbh..


    And honestly, while I do see the funny side of it, it is actually physically risky to be out in the streets doing stuff like that... You never know what some of the drunk guys there can do..
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_ View Post
    Neil Broom and Aaron Redmond admit to breaking curfew | New Zealand Cricket News | Cricinfo.com

    Not the cleverest.

    Had a bit of a laugh at the picture and caption.
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    Well, the newspapers here claim that they were drunk and handing out notes to random passerbys. That is just plain stupid and condescending, hardly an 'act of benevolence'. A confession loses all meaning when you fudge the facts and make up lesser excuses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metallics2006 View Post
    Where do you live in Chennai HB?
    chepauk.. 5 mins from the ground

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    Quote Originally Posted by g.i.joe View Post
    well, the newspapers here claim that they were drunk and handing out notes to random passerbys. That is just plain stupid and condescending, hardly an 'act of benevolence'. A confession loses all meaning when you fudge the facts and make up lesser excuses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.I.Joe View Post
    Well, the newspapers here claim that they were drunk and handing out notes to random passerbys. That is just plain stupid and condescending, hardly an 'act of benevolence'. A confession loses all meaning when you fudge the facts and make up lesser excuses.
    I'd be pretty stoked if I walked down the street and some guy was handing out cash in my direction.

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