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Sreesanth sees red over noisy air-conditioner
Vicky Nanjappa in Bangalore
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June 16, 2008 10:27 IST

India paceman S Sreesanth [Images] found himself in a another controversial situation as he got into a tiff with the staff of The Hotel Grand Ashok in Bangalore over a noisy air-conditioner in his room.

Hotel sources told that Sreesanth demanded to the hotel staff that his room be changed since the air conditioner was making too much noise.

Sreesanth, reportedly, was upset that the staff did not pay heed to his request.

The sources added that they had requested Sreesanth to wait for some time due to unavailibility of rooms. Things got worse because of miscommunication and the cricketer even threatened to leave the room.

The argument that commenced late on Sunday was finally resolved on Monday morning with the management being able to pacify Sreesanth.

Sreesanth is in Bangalore for a fitness programme. He has not spoken publicly about the incident, choosing rather to retire to his room and put up a do not disturb sign at the door.

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