Former Australian cricketer Stuart McGill is believed to have been abducted from his home in Sydney on April 14 and also threatened with a gun by a group of three men. He was released an hour later; the incident took place in Sydney to the north.
According to numerous reports in the Australian media, four men were arrested in connection with the alleged abduction of MacGill.
However, New South Wales police identified the victim only as a 50-year-old man.
“Around 20:00 on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, it is alleged that a 50-year-old man collided with a 46-year-old man (c) Cremorn,” a New South Wales police statement said. identifies the victim.
“A little later, the couple was approached by two other men, forcing the elderly man to get into a vehicle.
“He was then taken to a property in Bringelli, where the two men, plus another unknown man, attacked the 50-year-old man and threatened him with a firearm. About an hour later, the man was taken to the Belmore area and released. “
MacGill has not yet made a public statement about the alleged abduction.
The spinner represented Australia in 44 tests between 1998 and 2008, taking 208 wickets. His international career has been largely overshadowed by the revolving Shane Warne, who is currently the second tallest coquette player in test cricket.