Python entered the house of former Australian bowler,
Attacked, then what happened? watch video
New Delhi. Former Australian cricketer Glenn McGrath was a part of Australia’s World Cup champion team three times. He was part of the champion teams of 1999, 2003 and 2007. Glenn earned a lot of fame in his cricket career. He has certainly made a splash on the cricket field. Now he is seen being adventurous in his house as well. Actually, a video is going viral on social media. In which he is seen taking the snake out of his house.
Glenn has posted a video from his Instagram account, in which he is seen throwing the python out of the house. He wrote in the caption of the video, “After a lot of encouragement and support from Sarah Leone McGrath, all 3 coastal carpet pythons present in the house were safely released back into the bush.” Please tell that Sara Leone is Glenn’s wife. His voice is also heard in the video.
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When Glenn McGrath was trying to get the snake out, the snake also tried to attack him, but McGrath was able to defend himself. His wife is also seen upset in the video. However, now he has told that he is safe and the snake has also been sent back to the bushes.
McGrath has taken more than 900 wickets in international cricket. Glenn McGrath was an expert in getting big players out. He hunted Brian Lara, Sachin Tendulkar and former England captain Michael Atherton several times in his career. McGrath’s first wife, Jane McGrath, died of cancer in 2008. After this, this fast bowler also started a campaign against cancer. Which is going on till today.
Tags: Australian cricketer, Glenn McGrath, Off The Field
FIRST PUBLISHED: September 08, 2023, 11:01 AM