SA manager slams journo over security breach

Updated: Nov 22, 2016, 09:52 IST | PA Sport

A journalist who appeared to be shoved into a glass door at Adelaide airport was in direct breach of Cricket South Africa's security protocol, the Proteas' manager Dr Mohammed Moosajee has claimed

A screen grab shows Channel 9 reporter (left) being pushed
A screen grab shows Channel 9 reporter (left) being pushed

Adelaide: A journalist who appeared to be shoved into a glass door at Adelaide airport was in direct breach of Cricket South Africa's security protocol, the Proteas' manager Dr Mohammed Moosajee has claimed.

The Channel 9 News reporter was attempting to question South Africa captain Faf du Plessis about an alleged ball-tampering incident in the second Test against Australia.

A video showed the reporter trying to question Du Plessis as the South Africa players walked through the airport before appearing to be pushed into a glass door by a member of the Proteas' party.

"This is the third incident of a reporter aggressively harassing our players with blatant disrespect of the above-mentioned media protocol," said Moosajee.

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