Andrew Flintoff enraged after his wallet gets stolen in the gym

Flintoff requested the thief to return his wallet or things will get worse.

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Former England cricketer, Andrew Flintoff is unhappy after his wallet got stolen from the gym. Flintoff warned the thief in his tweet and asked him to return the wallet as he will get the CCTV footage checked. That might land the thief in trouble he suggested.

He wrote, "To the p**** who's just nicked my wallet from @TotalFitness Altrincham, just bring it back you're on CCTV and now getting the police involved."

Greater Manchester Police was unable to find a record of a theft from the gym being recorded.

Recently, the 40-year-old was in news after being taken to a police station in Cheshire last month, where he was questioned for several hours. Flintoff had denied any wrongdoing.

Flintoff was one of the famous faces of England's team before he quit cricket. He retired in 2010, then returned to play for Brisbane Heat in Australia during the 2014-15 season, before hanging up his boots once again.

The England cricketer also had one professional boxing fight in 2012, where he defeated American Richard Dawson on a points decision.

The highlight of his cricket career, was when he won the "Man of the Series" award during the successful 2005 Ashes series.


By Sihyeu Singh - 27 Jun, 2018

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