On Sunday, former English batsman Kevin Pietersen was partially arrested as he had a golf swing at the airport of Geneva, Switzerland.
Pietersen took to Twitter and posted a picture where he was seen sitting in a cell at the airport. He neglected from the English squad in 2014 and looking toward to representing the South African side in two years time. His tweet read, “Held in a cell in Geneva airport today. That wasn’t fun! Partial arrest for a HOPELESS golf swing! ?”.
Held in a cell in Geneva airport today. That wasn't fun! Partial arrest for a HOPELESS golf swing! 🙈 pic.twitter.com/cPaAIES1cI
— Kevin Pietersen (@KP24) September 10, 2017
Earlier, the cricketer has also announced his retirement from English County. Explaining the same, he once said, “I tried too hard to be English when I played for England. I always got annoyed when people said I was South African. I concerned myself all the time with what can I say, can I talk differently? But you have to accept, you are what you are. When I played for England I played to win and I was proud to wear the Three Lions but am I English? No, I’m South African.”