Bengaluru: Over the years, Australians have started liking India. Through his social work Steve Waugh is a well known name in Kolkata while Matthew Hayden, who spent a few years playing with the Chennai Super Kings, were seen rocking the surf board at Mamallapuram on the Coromandel Coast.
Michael Clarke is in India for the India vs Australia Test series but hs work has not stopped him from trying his hand at other things. The former Australia skipper put up a video on social media of him driving an auto-rickshaw or a 'tuk tuk', as most foreigners would call it.
The Australian team has just ended India's record breaking winning spree by a huge 333-run margin in Pune in the first Test. The bandwagon is now rolled over to Bengaluru for the second Test, starting on March 4.
With the first Test finishing inside three days, Clarke seems to have some sapre time to explore Bengaluru.
He posted a video on his Instagram account of him learning to drive an auto-rickshaw and then is even seen taking it for a spin alone.