Former Australia all-rounder, Shane Watson’s Instagram profile got hacked on Tuesday. The cricketer informed about the same and posted an apology on his Twitter handle after illicit photographs appeared on his verified account of the photo-sharing platform.

Taking to his Twitter timeline, Watson wrote, “My apologies to everyone for the illicit photos that have been posted on my Instagram account. First my Twitter account on Friday got hacked and now Instagram today. Instagram needs to help out a lot quicker when things like this happens (happen). This is taking way too long!!!”

Following this post, the 38-year-old posted out another tweet, highlighting the longer period of time Instagram was taking to rectify thing and said Twitter was much more efficient when the cricketer’s account on their platform was hacked. His Twitter account was also taken in control by some hackers last Friday.

Watson wrote, “Twitter last Friday where (were) amazing at getting onto it so quickly but Instagram…….. where are you?????”

The Tasmania cricketer is often regarded as one of the finest all-rounders of modern cricket, owing to his impeccable record. In 190 One Day Internationals (ODIs), 59 Tests and 58 Twenty-20 Internationals (T20Is) for Australia, the right-hander has scored 5757, 3741 and 1462 runs respectively.

He also has 288 international wickets to his name in across format of the game. He currently plies his trade in various franchise-based leagues around the world, including Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Recently, Watson complimented India on their series victory against South Africa and hailed the efforts of Virat Kohli & Co. Comparing the current Indian team with the legendary Australian side of the late 1990s and 2000s, the Aussie said the team Indian team have everything in their arsenal to replicate Australia.

“There is no doubt that India have got the depth in all facets, whether it is batting, bowling or fielding. And there is further strength that is coming through as well. To have the luxury of someone like Rohit Sharma coming in and opening the batting in Tests indicates that the depth in Indian cricket is incredibly strong,” Watson was quoted as saying by the Times of India.

They have shown that they cannot only win at home but win away as well. Look, it is going to be hard to replicate what Australia did under Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting, but there is no reason why India can’t. They have got an incredible team,” he added.