Cricketer Banned 4 Matches for Defacing Wicket with Penis Graffiti

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 18: Daniel Worrall of SA reacts during day one of the Futures League match between South Australia and the ACT on November 18, 2013 in Adelaide, Australia.  (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)
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BR-UK StaffAnalyst IIIMarch 18, 2014

An Australian cricketer was banned four matches on Tuesday for drawing a penis on a wicket. The cricketer in question, South Australia bowler Daniel Worrall, earned his suspension for "acting in a way that a) was unbecoming of a representative and b) brought the game of cricket into disrepute," according to the Redbacks' official statement.

Here's the drawing in question:

Worrall pleaded guilty to the heinous penis-drawing offence and will serve his suspension at the start of the 2014-15 season.

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