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The Candyman makes fun of ball-tampering disgrace with racy photos

Travers ‘Candyman’ Beynon has weighed in on the ball tampering scandal that has rocked world cricket with a racy Instagram post featuring three of his lovers.

Cameron Bancroft was sensationally caught on camera on Saturday stuffing a yellow piece of sticky tape down his pants, exposing Australia’s attempt to cheat against South Africa in Cape Town. 

In an apparent dig at the under-siege Australian side, Beynon posed in cricket whites alongside three women, who stood naked barring small pieces of yellow tape. 

Travers ‘Candyman’ Beynon has weighed in on the ball tampering scandal that has rocked world cricket with a racy Instagram post featuring three of his lovers

Beynon, who is known for his extravagant parties at hi Gold Coast mansion, was seen bowling a ball in an empty room 

‘Sticky on my d***y,’ Beynon wrote alongside the snap, adding hashtags including It’s Just Not Cricket, Ball Tampering, Sandpaper Gate and Cricket Crisis. 

In an Instagram story, Beynon was seen bowling a ball in an empty room before appealing to his companions, who complied with raised index fingers. 

‘Wow, the cricket scandal has reached candy shop mansion,’ one of his followers wrote, while another added: ‘I think your balls get tampered with enough!’ 

The incident has triggered a nation-wide explosion of anger in Australia, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull leading the charge.

In an apparent dig at the under-siege Australian side, Beynon posed in cricket whites alongside three women, who stood naked barring small pieces of yellow tape

In an apparent dig at the under-siege Australian side, Beynon posed in cricket whites alongside three women, who stood naked barring small pieces of yellow tape

Beynon appealed to his companions, who complied with raised index fingers

Captain Steve Smith, Bancroft and vice-captain David Warner, who was also part of a discussion to cheat at lunch on day three in Cape Town, are all facing sanctions from Cricket Australia.

Smith has been banned from the fourth Test by the International Cricket Council, while Warner is also expected to miss the series finale that starts on Friday.

The long-term fate of Smith, Warner and Bancroft is expected to be become clear in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Captain Steve Smith, Bancroft and vice-captain David Warner, (pictured together  in 2017) are all facing sanctions from Cricket Australia

Captain Steve Smith, Bancroft and vice-captain David Warner, (pictured together  in 2017) are all facing sanctions from Cricket Australia



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