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The opener was apologetic on Tuesday morning, but also tried to brush off the incident and said it had been blown up out of proportion.

Cricket star Chris Gayle hit with £5,000 fine for asking out TV presenter on live TV

It was a simple joke. However, Gayle's antics have not gone down too well, with some criticising the batsman for his comments. The year-old batsman then awkwardly laughed off the comment and told McLaughlin "don't blush baby".

He said Gayle was not in a "nightclub" and his behaviour was "not cool". Big fan of henrygayle but made himself look a bit of a chop there tensporttv bbl05 - andrew flintoff flintoff11 January 4, Did Chris Gayle think he was in a bar?

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Live on air, Gayle -- who later insisted he was just joking -- said he was happy to be interviewed by McLaughlin "just to see your eyes for the first time". Channel Ten journalist Mel McLaughlin caught up with Gayle during the game and was in for a surprise when she conducted the interview on the sidelines.

The game was going on. January 5, Entertainment, things get out of proportion, but these things happen The Melbourne Renegades fined star opener Chris Gayle USD 7, on Tuesday after an attempt to flirt with a female presenter on live TV which cricket authorities condemned as "completely out of line".

Written by Santosh Rao Read Time: Coventry offered a formal apology "for the offence caused" to McLaughlin and fans.

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What a pathetic individual. With the governing body leaving open a threat of sanctions, the Renegades quickly announced a fine. We have to move on. Gayle offered to take her out for a drink but sadly for the West Indian didn't receive a positive response. The West Indian cricket star stuck to his characteristics and showed his flirting skills when he asked a female TV reporter out for a drink during a live interview in the Australian Big Bash League.

Gayle Says Sorry McLaughlin replied by telling Gayle "I'm not blushing" before moving the interview back onto cricketing matters.

Cricket Australia and Big Bash League officials did not see the funny side of what Gayle later said was meant as a joke.


Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland offered support for McLaughlin, saying that no one should have to face such comments which were "completely out of line" and "inappropriate for the workplace". Press Trust of India Updated: The West Indian was later fined USD 7, for his remarks, which cricket authorities condemned as "completely out of line".

Gayle smashed the Hobart bowlers to all parts, scoring 41 off just 15 balls that included three sixes and four boundaries.