Chris Gayle posts photo with Vijay Mallya, fans say: Courier him to India

first_imgWest Indies legend Chris Gayle on Saturday posted a picture with Indian businessman-turned-defaulter Vijay Mallya prompting a number of funny responses from Twitter users. Gayle was a long-time team-member of Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore – owned by Mallya. The meeting seems to have happened on the sidelines of the Formula One British Grand Prix – another sport where Mallya used to be heavily invested in till recently.Gayle seems to have continued his good relations with Mallya even after moving out from the Bangalore side and into the Kings XI Punjab setup as he captioned the picture: “Great to catch up with Big Boss @TheVijayMallya cheers ?? #RockStar ???? #F1”.Great to catch up with Big Boss @TheVijayMallya cheers #RockStar #F1 Gayle (@henrygayle) July 13, 2019Expectedly, a number of users took the opportunity to point out Mallya’s history in the comments section of the post. Here are the best responses:Please courier him to india. Your will get a million dollar atleast reward.Sampathkumar (@sampath_topc) July 13, 2019Please ask him to repay 9000crs to @TheOfficialSBIChandler Bing (@SarcasmChamp) July 13, 2019Locket toh gaya bhai teraRofl Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) July 13, 2019Don’t share your account details with him and never make any transaction in front of him. And in case if he ask you emotionally for loan don’t fall prey — Issued in @henrygayle interestHiren (@hiren_machhi) July 13, 2019Apna wallet check kar pahle.(@ex__troller) July 13, 2019Vijay Mallya, the 61-year-old chief of the now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines, has been living in self-imposed exile in Britain since last year and is facing extradition proceedings in the UK courts.advertisementIn January 2017, Mallya was greeted with ridicule as he arrived to watch the India vs South Africa Champions Trophy match at The Oval cricket ground.Back then, a number of spectators at the stadium had chanted a number of expletives while calling out Mallya.Vijay Mallya left India on March 2, 2016, after defaulting on loans amounting to Rs 9,000 crore. He has repeatedly denied fleeing the country, saying he is ready to pay back the money he owed to the Indian banks. India had in 2017 filed for Mallya’s extradition, which he contested. He is out on bail.Also Read | Eoin Morgan on eve of World Cup 2019 final: Not allowed myself to think about lifting the trophyAlso Read | Breed of the dog doesn’t matter: Kane Williamson on underdog tag for World Cup 2019 finallast_img

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