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People SHOUT 'VIJAY MALLYA CHOR HAI' In London | Ind Aus Match World Cup 2019

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People SHOUT 'VIJAY MALLYA CHOR HAI' In London | Ind Aus Match World Cup 2019

People SHOUT 'VIJAY MALLYA CHOR HAI' In London | Ind Aus Match World Cup 2019

Businessman Vijay Mallya was insulted on 9th June with "chor hai (you are a thief)" chants as he watched the World Cup fixture between India and Australia at the Oval here.

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