Shoaib Akhtar’s genital warts keep him off T20 Team Pakistan

hoaib Akhtar’s genital warts keep him off T20 Team Pakistan
As injuries go, this one has to take the cake. And as for revelations and official press releases go, this one could be a sure nomination for the Oscar award for the best ‘visual’ effects, if not win it hands down!
In a statement graphic enough to necessitate a ‘Parental Guidance’ certificate, the Pakistan Cricket Board revealed, “The medical board has reported that Shoaib Akhtar was suffering from genital viral warts and the wound needs further care and treatment for a minimum 10 days for the purpose of healing and to achieve skin cover.”
For the uninitiated, I tried to dig it up in a medical dictionary, and it said, genital warts are a type of sexually transmitted disease (STD), also called a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Hmm, so just why the Pakistani cricket board came up with this explanation, when it would have sufficed to call it anything but what was revealed is beyond me. Unless of course, they wanted to embarrass him as a means of punishment to its perennially erring cricketer!
Akhtar has been one of Pakistan’s most controversial cricketers in their history. His offences range from the ever-so-common ball-chucking to doping, using abusive language in the ‘gentleman’s game’, smacking team-mates and calling the PCB chief by names!
Amidst all of this, Akhtar has had the time to send many a stump cart-wheeling, capture more than 400 wickets in all forms of international cricket, and bowl at speeds that are reminiscent to once found on a formula-one race track.
So while the Pakistani board has already announced that he will not be able to be featured in the ICC World T20 tournament, it would be interesting to know whether any action would be moved against the quick bowler for…er…having sex?

As injuries go, this one has to take the cake. And as for revelations and official press releases go, this one could be a sure nomination for the Oscar award for the best ‘visual’ effects, if not win it hands down!

In a statement graphic enough to necessitate a ‘Parental Guidance’ certificate, the Pakistan Cricket Board revealed, “The medical board has reported that Shoaib Akhtar was suffering from genital viral warts and the wound needs further care and treatment for a minimum 10 days for the purpose of healing and to achieve skin cover.”

For the uninitiated, I tried to dig it up in a medical dictionary, and it said, genital warts are a type of sexually transmitted disease (STD), also called a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Hmm, so just why the Pakistani cricket board came up with this explanation, when it would have sufficed to call it anything but what was revealed is beyond me. Unless of course, they wanted to embarrass him as a means of punishment to its perennially erring cricketer! 

Akhtar has been one of Pakistan’s most controversial cricketers in their history. His offences range from the ever-so-common ball-chucking to doping, using abusive language in the ‘gentleman’s game’, smacking team-mates and calling the PCB chief by names!

Amidst all of this, Akhtar has had the time to send many a stump cart-wheeling, capture more than 400 wickets in all forms of international cricket, and bowl at speeds that are reminiscent to once found on a formula-one race track.

So while the Pakistani board has already announced that he will not be able to be featured in the ICC World T20 tournament, it would be interesting to know whether any action would be moved against the quick bowler for…er…having sex?

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10 responses to “Shoaib Akhtar’s genital warts keep him off T20 Team Pakistan

  1. Rakesh

    Shoaib was once considered to be the the rightful successor of the greats like Wasim and Waqar. It is sad to see him in this condition. What a waste of talent.

  2. lal

    There is credible information coming out from IPL sources that shoaib was not allowed to play in south africa becos of the same disease…it would have been a huge embarassment if the ICC 20 20 worldcup had to be deferred becos all the players were suffering from ‘injury’…there is also reliable bollywood news that all the leading ladies and guys of Sharukh khan has consulted there skin and vd specialist since the news was leaked

  3. hayyer 48

    The man has had enough trouble. It is not fair to bring his private life public riducule.

  4. Majumdar

    Lal,

    …. all the leading ladies and guys of Sharukh khan has consulted there skin and vd specialist since the news was leaked….

    Regards

  5. Rohit

    Man this is utterly Funny.. Of all the diseases to have.. an STD.. i cant stop feeling funny.. Cricketers all over the world would now be really careful, first u had the Fake IPL blogger exposing everything, now u have a real Shocker.. The life of a Cricketer getting a bit tough.. !!

  6. Baba Ji

    stop sending him to India !

  7. In my opnion STD (Sexuality) is 1000 times better than a RTD(Religion of Transmitted Diseases) at least you can cure a STD?

  8. sophie

    No, Bradistan, some are very curable. Ask former lower caste Hindus.

  9. Jon

    Paki’s are so dirty…

  10. I have a ugly skin wart on my toe. Now I speedily need to do away with this ugly thingy. I have already tried out several cures but nothing helped. Perhaps some of the tips revealed here actually kill the wart.