Harris sorry after 's*** place, d*** heads' tweet

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Fast bowler Ryan Harris has apologised for a foulmouthed tweet, shortly after Australia's three-nil Ashes series win at the Western Australia Cricket Association Ground in Perth on Tuesday.

Fast bowler Ryan Harris has apologised for a foulmouthed tweet, shortly after Australia's three-nil Ashes series win at the Western Australia Cricket Association Ground in Perth on Tuesday.

The celebrations were hosted at the Crown Casino, where Harris was initially denied entry by security.

The 34-year-old subsequently tweeted: "A tip for all those heading to Perth! Avoid the crown or casino! S*** hole, can't get in if you have had a drink #shitplace #dickheads."

Harris later deleted the comment – and sought forgiveness" "As I've heard many times before, don't tweet when you've had a drink.

"Obviously I made a silly mistake this morning and I tweeted something I probably shouldn't have.

"I apologise to Crown, it was a silly thing to do – they let me in in the end, so they did the right thing. Obviously they have to do their job, and they were doing it."

The fourth Test will get underway at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 26 December. The Sydney Cricket Ground will host the fifth and final fixture, starting on 3 January.

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