Collins Injera's Sensational Celebration May Cost Ksh9 million In Damages

  • Kenya’s rugby team vice-captain, Collins Injera celebration of his 200th international try may cost about Ksh 9 million.

    The millions worth of mistake came after Injera pulled a permanent pen out of his sock and signed a television camera after the try that boosted Kenya Sevens team to the finals of Bowls in the tournament  where they won against Argentina.

    SIGNED AND DELIVERED! @OfficialKRU flyer @cinjera scores his 200th world series try, then signs the ball and camera! https://t.co/iOjzA5JSG8

    — World Rugby Sevens (@WorldRugby7s) May 17, 2015

     

    Collins Injera makes $117,000 mistake celebrating his 200th try at the London Sevens http://t.co/otwElk0Yta #Sydney #News

    — WorldNews_net (@worldnews_net) May 17, 2015

    The try makes Collins Injera third in the all-time list of scorers in the sport

    The practice seen in tennis sees players sign their signatures over a protective cover instead of the lens itself.

    The camera's lens now permanently marked with Injera's autograph is estimated to cost in the region of £60,000.

    Collins Injera reportedly ruined £60,000 camera with permanent marker after scoring 200th try #SundayLive pic.twitter.com/JUdILenLAu

    — Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) May 17, 2015

    Watch the his celebration here

    [video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaXwWgbCW_E]