Gayle gets some advice from former Australian cricketer © Getty Images
Gayle gets some advice from former Australian cricketer © Getty Images

Chris Gayle gets some cultural advice from former Australian cricketer Geoff Lawson. According to him Gayle should not always behave like he is in home, Jamaica.  Chris Gayle has been shuffling between controversies. His blush baby incident during Big Bash League created as stir on the internet. The reporter got offended by his behavior. Last wicket he had another incident with the Times reporter where he said that he has a big bat and would require both her hands to fit. The interview also showed him claiming that his Big Bash interview was posed in a bad taste and that he didn’t mean to hurt anyone. Gayle also said that his behavior would have bee considered as a joke in his country. It wouldn’t have made headlines and hyped if it happened in Jamaica. ALSO READ: Chris Gayle scores 9,000 T20 runs in IPL 2016 Final

“You have to understand when you are in a different circumstance, different environment, what is the best way to behave. That applies to everybody, not just to Chris Gayle. That is a matter of knowing the culture and learning how to behave,” Lawson told Sports Max. ALSO READ: Chris Gayle is one of West Indies cricketing heroes: Darren Sammy

“I don’t agree when he says ‘that’s how we behave in Jamaica’. But you are not in Jamaica. You have to think about it before you open your mouth. It is the same for everyone, Indians in Australia, Australians in India or Indians in England, it is the same thing. I don’t think what Chris has done is a major offence but it still shouldn’t have been done. It is not a big deal but a big enough deal.”