IPL 2020: Australia batsman Aaron Finch was caught on the camera vaping inside the dressing room during the last over of RCB’s chase against Rajasthan Royals at the 33rd IPL 2020 match, in which the Virat Kohli-led team won by seven wickets.
A video of Finch vaping was shared widely on micro-blogging website Twitter. The camera panned towards the dressing room to capture the tension on the faces of players during the final over when RCB needed 10 runs in the final over, Finch was seen exhaling smoke and taking another puff before the camera returned to the on ground action.
— you (@_thatUtsavOjha) October 17, 2020
The video went viral on social media and it drew mixed reactions. The video also led to questioning of the IPL rules of dressing room. Many users posted asking whether it is legal to vape inside the dressing rooms. Check Twitter reactions below.
— Anurag Trivedi (@Thatcricketguy2) October 18, 2020
Aron Finch vaping in dressing room. #RCBvsRR #Dream11IPL2020 #bcci #iplindubai @BCCI Is this allowed during match? Also is it only Finch or others also enjoyed vaping in dressing room? #Finch #smoking pic.twitter.com/RnZJvAdqF4
— Amit Kuntal (@AmitKun36111300) October 18, 2020
— Smarth Devgan (@smarthdevgan) October 17, 2020
45 needed of 18 balls but you know ABD is at the crease.
— yash mohan sharma (@yash_yms) October 17, 2020
— Dotasara Krishan Choudhary (@DotasaraC) October 17, 2020