WATCH: George Bailey’s bizarre new batting stance has Faf du Plessis chuckling
A screen grab of George Bailey's new batting stance. Check out Faf du Plessis' reaction.

Former Australia limited-overs captain George Bailey displayed an audacious new batting stance during Wednesday’s Prime Minister’s XI victory over the touring South Africa in Canberra, scoring an unbeaten 51 as the hosts chasing a target of 174 inside 37 overs.

Watching from the slip cordon, visiting captain Faf du Plessis could barely sustain his laughter as Bailey turned himself towards cover, his back facing mid-on, and prepared to bat.

Here is the video of the incident:

This is not the first time Bailey has stunned onlookers with a strange batting stance. In 2016, he unveiled a bizarre new approach during an ODI against New Zealand and then during the Sheffield Shield.

Here, Bailey explains that stance: