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Before a Caribbean Premier League match, Gayle was once asked by a female journalist: Hopefully we can win this game and have a drink after. It's not a nightclub — it's actually a workplace, it's Chris Gayle's workplace and it's Mel McLaughlin's workplace and those comments border on harassment and are inappropriate for cricket and inappropriate for the workplace.
Chris Gayle flirts with TV reporter — video I mention this admittedly extreme but also entirely truthful account of the scenario primarily to set a scene — one, in my experience, that plays out in any number of workplaces where men still outnumber women.
When they leave at the end of the day they can settle in for a scroll down their social media mentions, which run the full gamut of the deeply broken male psyche.
Current players, former players, members of the media and also members of the public are the perpetrators. Cricket legend Ian Chappell felt that Gayle was dismissive of the incident.
Email Chris Gayle apologized for his conduct Chris Gayle has issued an apology for making a pass at Channel 10's reporter Mel McLaughlin while being interviewed by her on air. It seems it went out of proportion.
It was a simple joke, the game was going on, entertainment, these things get out of proportion, these things happen.
His actions were condemned and his apology is also under fire. Written by Santosh Rao Read Time: