Shane Watson’s Instagram and Twitter accounts hacked, ex-cricketer apologises for illicit photos

first_img India Today Web Desk New DelhiOctober 16, 2019UPDATED: October 16, 2019 11:30 IST Shane Watson Twitter PhotoHIGHLIGHTSShane Watson’s Twitter and Instagram accounts got hackedThe hacker posted illicit pictures on his Instagram accountWatson was in Chennai earlier this week to attend a scholarship distribution event at Velammal schoolFormer Australia all-rounder Shane Watson put out an apology for the illicit photos that were posted on his Instagram account, which got hacked on Tuesday. Watson’s Twitter account also got hacked last week.Screenshots published by British tabloid The Sun showed revealing images of women in underwear posted on his personal Instagram account.The West Australian reported that a hacker also posted racial slurs and fat-shaming comments to his Twitter account last week.Watson, who has more than two million followers across the two platforms, posted an apology to his followers for the posts.”My apologies to everyone for the illicit photos that have been posted on my Instagram account,” he tweeted.Another day….. Another social media account hacked!!!! Thanks to Twitter for getting onto this so quickly for me. Fingers crossed I have sorted this all out and it won’t happen again. #mysincereapologies #anotherhackingShane Watson (@ShaneRWatson33) October 16, 2019My apologies to everyone for the illicit photos that have been posted on my Instagram account.First my Twitter account on Friday got hacked and now Instagram today.Instagram needs to help out a lot quicker when things like this happens. This is taking way too long!!!Shane Watson (@ShaneRWatson33) October 15, 2019″First my Twitter account on Friday got hacked and now Instagram today.” He also recorded a separate video, uploaded to Instagram, in which he slammed the content as “disgraceful”.My apologies to everyone for the illicit photos that have been posted on my Instagram account.First my Twitter account on Friday got hacked and now Instagram today.Instagram needs to help out a lot quicker when things like this happens. This is taking way too long!!!advertisementShane Watson (@ShaneRWatson33) October 15, 2019Watson was in Chennai earlier this week for an event in which he spoke about former India captain MS Dhoni, who captains the Aussie at Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. Watson said it was up to the legendary India wicketkeeper to take a call on his retirement though “he is still playing incredibly well”.”He has still got the skill. But it is down to him to decide. He still moves incredibly well, runs hard between the wickets and has beautiful hands. Whatever he does, it will be the right thing because he knows what lies ahead,” Watson said.Watson also praised Virat Kohli’s captaincy and said he has done a great job with the Indian team.”He (Kohli) has done a great job with the Indian team. He has been playing so well in all formats. Whatever he is doing right now is certainly working and the team is responding to his leadership,” he added.Also Read | No reason why India can’t dominate like Australia under Waugh and Ponting: Shane WatsonFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow Shane Watson Shane Watson’s Instagram and Twitter accounts hacked, ex-cricketer apologises for illicit photosShane Watson informed his fans and followers that his Twitter and Instagram accounts got hacked and apologised for the illicit pictures which were posted there.advertisement Nextlast_img read more

Quebec die with dignity legislation tabled

Canada’s federal government says it will review proposed right-to-die legislation tabled in the Quebec Legislature Wednesday.After holding public hearings across the province, Quebec’s government tabled the controversial right-to-die legislation. Euthanasia is illegal in Canada. But the bill explains how actions to end a life will not be considered suicide. Under the legislation, terminal patients must meet specific conditions to request medical assistance to die. And doctors must follow certain requirements before accepting. Under the recommendations, patients would have to make the request to a doctor on the basis of unbearable physical or psychological suffering. And two doctors would have to approve the request, which would have to be made in writing.The campaign to stop this law is being led by Alex Schadenberg, chair of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition International. He appeared on Square Off today.00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09 read more