England vs India: ‘Jarvo69’ pretends to bowl during Day 2 of the fourth Test match.© AFP
YouTuber Daniel Jarvis, who has acquired reputation for penetrating security freely during the continuous India versus England series, was on Friday captured by the South London Police after he entered the Oval field during the pre-lunch meeting on the second day of the fourth Test. Jarvis, who passes by the name ‘Jarvo69’, has been continually imitating as India cricketer and Friday was the third time in three games that he exploited the helpless security game plan by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) which has not viewed offenses in a serious way.
“Indeed, Jarvo69 has been captured by the South London police,” a BCCI source following the improvement told PTI.
It is discovered that he has been captured on doubts of attack as he jumped into English batsman Jonny Bairstow during the day. The Yorkshire County had chosen to fine and boycott him forever yet unusually there has been no substantial activity guaranteed by the ECB.
Subsequent to attempting to set field at Lord’s and taking position at Leeds, Jarvo was seen running exactly when Umesh Yadav was on top of his bowling mark. He slammed into the non-striker Jonny Bairstow. He was by and by ousted from the field by the stewards however there has been no authority expression of remorse from the ECB with one individual making a joke of its security framework.
There are conversations how ECB’s security group just as the British media would have managed this sort of genuine security break had it occurred at any of the cricket arenas in India. The Indian group’s authoritative and safety crew is keeping a nearby watch yet at this point will not record any authority protest about the chronic wrongdoer.
Prior, Yorkshire CCC in an authority correspondence with PTI had educated that Jarvo69 is prohibited for life from entering the Headingley premises. That day, soon after the fall of Rohit Sharma’s wicket, ‘Jarvo 69’ was seen springing up from the exhibition situated on one side of the sight screen, wearing batting cushions and a blue cap with a careful face veil on.
Somebody from the group additionally tossed a cricket bat as he entered the field of play and arrived at the pitch to take monitor when the ground security staff captured him. He was speedily ousted from the Headingley premises.
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