Sydney, Dec 18 (ANI): Ryan Harris has apologized for his expletive tweet directed at Perth's Crown Casino after he was denied entry to the place when he went there following being part of the celebrations of an Ashes winning Australian side.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Harris played a key role in helping Australia 'Return the Urn', grabbing 12 wickets across the three Tests so far at an average of 23, and it was his near-unplayable delivery that removed England captain Alastair Cook with the first ball of the visitors' second innings in Perth and put Australia on the path to victory.
He said that it was obviously a silly mistake this morning when he tweeted something he probably should not have.
It appears some members of the Australian team did enjoy the hospitality at the Casino in Perth, the report said.
Australian captain Michael Clarke sent out this tweet on Wednesday, thanking Shane Warne for the amazing night at the place.
Shane Watson also said that Warne was very kind to put on a party for them at the Crown Casino, and it was a brilliant night to get everyone together. (ANI)