Despite retiring from international cricket, Shane Watson, a former Australian cricketer who represented his country in all formats of the game, he has been going great guns in the T20 formats.
He has been on a roll in the IPL editions of 2018 and 2019. He scored an unbeaten 117 of 57 balls to help Chennai Super Kings defeat Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 2018 finals and lift the IPL trophy.
He also tried to repeat the same when Mumbai Indians defeated Super Kings in the IPL Final of 2019 by one run. His valiant efforts went in vain as he injured his knee while batting.
Although he has retired from Sydney Thunders, his BBL franchise, in April 2019, he is still representing Sutherland District Cricket Club in the NSW Premier Cricket.
Unfortunately, on Tuesday, Watson’s Instagram account was hacked, with cyber attackers posting 27 obscene photographs of women on it. Watson’s account continues to be at the mercy of hackers at the time of writing this article. As hackers targeted his Twitter account as well, Watson apologized to his fans for the inconvenience.
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!!! 😡😡😡😡
— Shane Watson (@ShaneRWatson33) October 15, 2019