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Chris Gayle celebrates 'Don't Blush Baby'

AAP logoAAP 4/01/2017

A year on from the "Don't Blush Baby" controversy, West Indian cricketer Chris Gayle has posted a bizarre video on social media and told Australia to "lighten the ----- up".

The powerful batsman posted a video on Instagram and a tweet which alluded to comments made to then-Channel 10 host Mel McLaughlin.

Gayle caused a stir exactly a year ago when McLaughlin interviewed him after a Melbourne Renegades BBL game.

He asked McLaughlin whether she would be interested in getting a drink with him and then said "don't blush baby" when she became noticeably uncomfortable with his antics.

He was later fined $10,000 over the incident.

In the anniversary video Gayle can be seen in suggestive poses and simulating sex acts with a street dancer at a carnival.

The dancer at times appears uncomfortable with his actions.

His tweet which accompanied a link to the Instagram video read: "4th jan officially 1 year anniversary #DontBlushBaby - Australia lighten the ----- (spelt with a 'ph) up!!! ..."

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