Cricketer David Warner turns into a builder for his new mansion

Warner is under suspension from the Australian cricket team after ball tampering scandal.

David Warner | Instagram

David Warner was spotted sporting a helmet, but not the cricket one. It was a builder's helmet and the picture was clicked on a building site. The Aussie cricketer was clicked enjoying some time with the family as they prepare to build a new mansion in Sydney’s beachside suburb of Maroubra.

The couple is building a $10 million mansion on a block of blue ribbon land overlooking Lurline Bay, which was purchased by David and Candice for $4 million in 2015, The Australian reported last December.

Candice Warner shared snaps on her Instagram account of her husband wearing a hard hat that read “D Warner, project manager, apprentice celebrity” with building tools in his hand.

Not only Daddy warner was spotted, his two daughters, also pictured wearing hard hats, were there to help him. "A couple of cuties on site this morning checking out the progress of their bedrooms," she captioned the photo on Instagram, also adding the hashtag '#dreamhome.

Warner is currently suspended for a year from all forms of professional cricket by Cricket Australia. He was banned after being found the mind behind ball-tampering scandal by Cameron Bancroft against South Africa. He is not allowed to play Indian Premier League (IPL) as well.

 

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By Sihyeu Prakash Singh - 21 Apr, 2018

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