Indian Cricket Team complain of breach of privacy by few hotel guests at Birmingham ahead of India vs England World Cup match
The Indian Cricket Team has geared themselves up for one of the most anticipated clashes in the World Cup so far against England, at Edgbaston in Birmingham. While Team India is yet to lose a match in the ongoing World Cup, the English side are, against expected lines on the brink of a possible elimination after losing back-to-back matches against Sri Lanka and Australia.
While India are just one win away from comfortably sealing the semi-final berth, a new problem has surfaced which is perhaps making their stay at their Birmingham hotel a bit uncomfortable.
What is the problem all about?
As per the reports by Hindustan Times, the Indian Team management have complained to the hotel authorities of Hyatt Regency (the hotel where Team India is presently staying) of an alleged breach of privacy by three guests at the same hotel.
As per the report, the guests had allegedly violated the team’s privacy and even clicked photos of the family members of the players without seeking their permission at around 4:30 pm.
— ANI (@ANI) June 29, 2019
When lodged a complaint by the Team management, the hotel authorities had reprimanded the guests for their unwanted behaviour. The warning perhaps did not go down well with the guests, as they created a ruckus while turning aggressive before the authorities at the Hotel lobby.
On the other hand, however, the Indian team has been promised a complete privacy. Moreover, apart from the hotel security, the ICC has also given additional security personnel in the hotels of all the participating teams.
Also, according to one of the sources,“Inappropriate conduct would lead to an immediate check-out, without a second warning”.