The Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is again in the news, but this time for all the wrong reasons. Just some days before Indian team reached Colombo for the tri-nation tournament to be played in Sri Lanka.
It so happened that as Bhajji was getting out of his car and was also taking out his luggage. He was reading himself to go to the airport. Just as he was getting out, a camera of a cameraman hit Bhajji on his head. Well, then what? First Bhajji gave him a good jab. Not only that, Bhajji gave an angry stare to the cameraman. It was good that the security personnel were there. They tried to push back the other media persons there and any more eventuality was avoided.
But it was not the first time that the aggressive off-spinner was landed himself in difficulties. He has been even penalized before too. It first happened in the famous - infamous - monkey-gate issue when Bhajji was accused of racially abusing Andrew Symonds of Australia. The issue had bubbled into a major calamity when India was touring Australia back in 2007. Though the whole team came in support of Harbhajan, who was confident that he had not said any racially discriminating things to Symonds, India was almost prepared to fly back home.
The next forgettable incident that happened to Harbhajan was right at home - in India. Bhajji had given a slap to his team India mate S. Sreesanth. That was in Mohali during one of the Indian Premier League matches. After this 'slap-gate' incident Bhajji was banned from the remaining of the IPL matches. Bhajji had promised to put his temper right on track. But still the latest incident was waiting to happen.