According to a report, Glenn Maxwell actually lost consciousness after a late-night drinking session

According to a report, Flamboyant all-rounder of Australia cricket team Glenn Maxwell actually lost consciousness and did not respond to efforts to wake him up before he was rushed to the hospital after a late-night drinking session in Adelaide last week. Earlier reports did not mention in detail under what circumstances Maxwell was taken to the hospital, but a Sydney Morning Herald report said that he lost consciousness and woke up on the way. Maxwell was watching a concert when the incident took place. As per the report, "after the show, during which Maxwell was photographed with numerous members of the crowd, he and his friends retired to the backstage area, where they drank and sang songs with 'Six and Out' (the band) and other friends invited into the room.”

It said, "It was during this interlude that Maxwell lost consciousness and did not immediately respond to attempts by friends to rouse him. An ambulance was then called, and Maxwell's next memory is of waking up on the way to the hospital.”

According to reports, Maxwell was out drinking and watching a concert by the band 'Six and Out' at The Governor Hindmarsh in Adelaide. Cricket Australia has already launched an investigation into the incident. Maxwell was, however, discharged from the hospital after a short stay and is back to training.

Jan 23, 2024 2:12 PM