Australian Test captain Tim Paine had been surprised to discover that his wallet was stolen in his garage when he was in self-isolation.
Tim Paine had been in self-isolation to ensure his safety amid the outbreak of COVID-19. However, things had not turned out well for Australia’s Test captain as his wallet had been stolen from his car during the said period.
As everyone was prohibited to stay indoors, Paine decided that it would be best to move his car out into their street to set up his home gym into their garage where he can work on his fitness. Sadly, his set up paved the way for an unexpected theft in which he had personally been victimized.
On Tuesday morning, Paine was surprised to receive a message about an unauthorized usage of his credit card.
‘I went outside and the car door was open and the wallet's gone. I figured if I can, I can work on my cover drive while I'm at it, but I've actually hit a bit of a snag today because I moved the car out onto the street only to wake up this morning to a text from NAB saying my credit card has been used’, said Tim Paine in an interview.
For the meantime, Tim Paine is in self-isolation like all the other Australian cricket players amid the suspension of all the games due to COVID-19. Paine is an active player of cricket and Australia and he remains to be the team’s Test captain until cricket resumes.
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