Brisbane Bookshop Moves Steve Smith’s Bio To True Crime Section

Brisbane Bookshop Moves Steve Smith’s Bio To True Crime Section
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There are probably lots of of lessons in the debacle that has become the Australian cricket team’s ball tampering fiasco in the third Test in South Africa, most noticeably don’t cheat.

But Dymocks bookshop in Brisbane is having a little fun with the whole sordid affair after it moved captain Steve Smith’s biography “The Journey” into its true crime section and posted the images to its Facebook page.

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The witty stunt garnering 2300 comment and some 1700 shares with most posters seeing the funny side. However, not everyone was happy with the book chain’s antics, one person posting “two wrongs don’t make a right”.

 

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