Not everything is going smoothly for every cricket star around the globe amid the shut down and lockdowns duevto global pandemic of Coronavirus.
One such figure is Australian Cricket team skipper Tim Paine who saw his cars window broke, wallet and other stuff stolen as he had parked his car on road.
The plan for Paine was to convert his garage into temporary training facility and that required car to be taken out and kept at the street.
The plan hasn’t worked as Tim Paine saw his car being broken into outside his home in Hobart.
As per cricket.com.au Paine had moved his car onto the street so he could transform his garage into a home gym as he and the nation’s cricketers find creative ways to stay fit during the health pandemic.
But Paine’s makeshift training centre was barely a day old before he was forced to reconsider the wisdom of parking his car on the mean streets of south Hobart.
“I woke up this morning to a message from NAB saying I had some interesting movements on my account,” he was quoted by website as saying.
“I went out and the (car) door was open and my wallet and a few other things had gone”.
“Actually looking at my account, the boys went straight to Maccas – the boys must have been hungry.”