Australian spin wizard Shane Warne has always been notorious for his off-field controversies with the opposite sex.
Owing to the ongoing trends of dating apps, former Australian cricketer Shane Warne is now gearing up to charm single women. He has started to post selfies to the Happn app which helps the users find the people you have crossed paths with.There was a tittle-tattle of him getting up close and personal with a mystery blonde a few weeks ago. For those who thought the blonde ladykiller is off the market now, fear not, for Shane took to Twitter recently claiming, “Never complain or never explain, but FTR I am very very single.”
Earlier, Warne was pictured locked in a steamy embrace with a blonde and the mystery lady even planted even planted a smooch.
In a series of personal photos which looks to belong to a profile of Warne on the Happn app, he appears to have taken a topless selfie straightaway to hook some hotties. The profile which reveals his age, shows a series of Instagram pictures as well as gives a link to his website which is underpinned by the simple caption: “Up for fun!!”
Shane Warne has had his fair share of some high-profile love affairs and over the years his sex life has often left him at the centre of a tabloid scandal or two.
Shane recently hit headlines after enjoying a steamy tryst with a 24-year-old blonde whom he reportedly met on a sugar daddy website. The former Australian cricket ace even hooked up with 24-year-old Simone Toon in a north London house after meeting on richsugardaddies.com, reports suggested.
Back in January, he found himself back in the British tabloids after he was reportedly contacted by Coronation Street actor Oliver Mellor who alleged that the former Australian cricketer had sent the actor’s fiancee, Rhian Sugden, a string of vulgar messages.
Nevertheless, the memories Warne gave to world cricket will continue to linger. Of that peerless leg-spinner walking up to bowl, also running those last three steps and delivering the ball fizzing through the air, in various sensational loops. The ball landing just outside the leg stump and suddenly from nowhere changing direction, tracing a path of flagrant treachery. And then there will be the evergreen memories of a man apart from the turn and bounce and appeal, an eternal youth of outrageous capers, often beyond justification and redemption, but always curiously lovable. Obviously, the most colourful character of cricket.
And now it looks like Shane Warne has his game set once again with the recent pictures. A new day, a new adventure! Who is ready to fall head over heels with this hot and available Aussie champ? Shane is waiting for you!