Cassian Baliarsingh

England all-rounder Ben Stokes had a harrowing experience and was left furious after his bag was stolen at the King’s Cross train station in London. The star batsman took to his social media handle to express his anger over the incident.

Taking to his Twitter handle, Ben wrote, “To whoever stole my bag at the King’s Cross train station. I hope my clothes are too big for you ya absolute **.”

With over 2.4M views, desis had a field day on Twitter as they suggested Ben Stokes yell his own name out loud.

“Damn, you’d feel a lot better if you yelled your name out loud. Works for all Indians” commented a user.

Another user asked him to check his stolen bag at The British Museum and wrote, “Check here, All stolen goods are available here.”
A third user wrote, “If there is any antique item in the bag then you may check the British Museum.”

However, others sympathized with him and wrote, “Looks like the thief’s plan of stealing a bag full of stylish clothes backfired. Hopefully, they realize that crime doesn’t pay, especially when it comes to fashion. Stay strong, Ben!”

Meanwhile, a Chennai Super Kings fan wrote, “Ben, leave that. The yellow jersey is waiting for you! Really cool outfits… Concerning that, a fanbase has expanded its roots in England also!”

Stokes will be playing for CSK in the upcoming season of the IPL 2023 and is supposed to fly to India and most probably replace MS Dhoni as the skipper of the franchise.