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Kevin Pietersen awarded damages over bat-tampering advert

The advert for opticians Specsavers showed a picture of the batsman alongside the statement: “‘Bat tampering’ in the Ashes? Apparently Hot Spot should’ve gone to Specsavers.”

Kevin Pietersen
Kevin Pietersen

Pietersen was accused by an Australian television channel of using silicone tape during the series to prevent the Hot Spot decision-review technology from detecting when he had hit the ball, but he denied the allegations.

Pietersen was not present for yesterday’s hearing at London’s High Court, when his solicitor, Louise Price, told the court that the advert had appeared on Specsavers’ Twitter and Facebook pages, as well as in several newspapers and magazines. 

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