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Cricketer Gayle not alone in sport’s sexist hall of shame – BBC News

Chris Gayle has incurred widespread wrath for asking a reporter out during a live television interview. The West Indian batsman has apologised and been fined $10,000 by his Big Bash League side Melbourne Renegades. But such inappropriate comments are not uncommon in the world of professional sport, as the BBC explains.
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