Former Australian skipper Michael Clarke is officiating as a commentator in the ongoing four-match series between India and Australia in Bengaluru.
Look here what he is trying to do in Bengaluru road, he is trying to 'master' his skills on driving auto-rickshaw.
Clarke shared a 22-second video on his official Facebook page where he is seen driving the much loved auto-rickshaw or as the foreigners call it the 'tuk-tuk' in Bengaluru
He captioned the video, "Mastered the art of driving the tuk tuk. Nice to be back in Bengaluru where it all started."
It should be noted that the 35-year-old, played his first-ever Test in at the very same city.
The Steve Smith-led side humiliated India in the first Test at Pune, defeating the hosts by a huge margin of 333 runs.
It may be recalled that left-arm spinner Steve O'Keefe spun the visitors to a 1-0 lead in the four-Test series by claiming 12 wickets for 70, the best ever match figures by a visiting spinner in India.
The second test between India and Australia will be held on 4th march
Both teams are set to clash in the second Test at M Chinnaswamy Stadium beginning Saturday.