Chris Gayle has denied to further comment on the incident © Getty Images
Chris Gayle has denied to further comment on the incident © Getty Images

Chris Gayle denied the incident with woman in the ICC World Cup 2015 in a statement released by his management group on Wednesday. Fairfax Media had reported that a woman, who was working around the West Indies team in Sydney, has detailed the incident of Gayle exposing himself to her at Sydney last year. Apparently, the woman went looking for sandwiches in the dressing room thinking the players would be on field training. However, Gayle along with another player were in the room. The explosive batsman who was in a towel, pulled it down to partially expose his genitals to her while saying, “Are you looking for this?” READ: COMPLETE COVERAGE: Chris Gayle sexist remark to Australian journalist controversy

The statement from his management said, “As Chris’ management group, we have obviously been following recent events closely. Chris denies the allegations published by Fairfax Media earlier today. It is important that anyone seeking to make false allegations against Chris be aware that Chris and his management will be considering all rights and legal options available. There will be no further comment from Chris or his management at this stage.”

This revelation was one of many made by a lot of females following Gayle’s controversial interview with a female journalist after a Big Bash League match at Hobart. Gayle asked an uncomfortable Mel McLaughlin if she wanted to come out for a drink with him, before quickly adding “don’t blush, baby”. However, there were condemnation from Cricket Australia and Big Bash League organisers which led to Gayle giving a forced apology to the journalist. READ: Mel McLaughlin accepts Chris Gayle’s apology