By Hindustan Times
KKR may have defeated the Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday, but their co-owner Shah Rukh Khan could end up a loser after Mumbai Cricket Association officials threatened to ban him from the stadium for life after he got into a fracas with MCA officials and used abusive language against them.
The trouble began when a bunch of 25 children wearing KKR jerseys descended onto the field of play after the match and indulged in a game of catch.
The MCA officials were not pleased with the encroachment and escorted the children off the field.
The actor got into a heated argument with the MCA officials and used foul language against the officials. MCA vice-president Ravi Sawant said immediate action would be taken against the actor, including a move to ban the actor from the premises altogether.
"The way he abused obscenities against our officials we will push for a life ban barring him from entering the Wankhede from hence forth," said Sawant.