Sourav Ganguly Had A Ugly Verbal Spat With Co-Passenger

July 17, 2017 Author: Dushyant Goswami

Recently, the prince of Kolkata and former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly who is traveling in a train almost after 16 years indulged into a verbal spat with a fellow passenger while journeying on train.

As per a Zee News report, the incident took place when Ganguly saw his seat in AC first class coach occupied by another passenger in Padatik Express.

Ganguly, who was travelling in a train, to West Bengal's South Dinajpur district, was going to unveiled a large bronze statue of himself.

The former cricketer, reportedly, asked the person to vacate his seat, but the latter did not agree and started arguing with him.

When the cricketer tried to resolve the matter, the passenger began a brawl which forced RPF personnel to rush to the spot. Ganguly was finally forced to change his berth and was later offered a berth in AC 2-tier.

The Prince of Kolkata, however, kept the unpleasant incident aside and arrived Balurghat on Saturday (July 15) to unveil his statue.