NZ MP’s Brother Involved in Racial Abuse of Pakistan Cricketers in Napier

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The exciting final day of the Test series between Pakistan and New Zealand ended on a sour note after the Pakistan cricketers were racially abused by a man with prominent social circles.
Chris Tremlin would be one embarrassed MP in New Zealand after his brother and a dozen of his cronies decided to enjoy a drunken corporate box in Napier by disrespecting the opposing team.
The son of rugby star, Kel Tremlin, was apparently denied alcohol after the situation got out of hand with the chanting of “Pakistani terrorists”. While the cricketers themselves was not aware, apparently, of the fracas, the mood has assumed seriousness and it will be for the ICC to deal with it upon receiving the complaint which will be submitted only after the PCB has had a word with the team management.

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