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Warner impersonated cop in SA, book reveals

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David Warner (Getty Images)
David Warner (Getty Images)

Cape Town - In his autobiography, Resilient, former Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson recalls how opening batsman David Warner once posed as a South African police officer on their 2011 tour.

The incident occurred during the ODI series between the Proteas and Australia, with the final and deciding match of the series at Kingsmead.

According to Johnson, Warner asked their police escorts for their badges and confronted two people on a motorcycle while the team were waiting on their meals at a fast food restaurant.

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