Wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow is now being investigated for allegedly headbutting Australia's debutant Cameron Bancroft, which occurred in Perth at the beginning of England's tour of Australia. Fox Sports News reported that Bairstow headbutted Bancroft while the England team were in Perth at the start of their Ashes tour.
"There has been no report of any incident from the venue, security or police and there was no injury reported", an European Central Bank statement read. Bancroft became the 451st player to play for Australia when he took field on Day One of the first Ashes Test at The Gabba, Brisbane.
Cricket Australia (CA) refused to comment. "To me, it's what we should have been sticking to anyway as players or people around a professional set-up." he said.
There was no ban on drinks from the England camp but their players' behaviour was under the scanner."The players sat down and had a chat", said England's Australian coach Trevor Bayliss.
"Not drinking between matches is just sensible".
After Ben Stokes landed himself in trouble for brawling outside a bar in Bristol, England wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow is facing an inquiry over an alleged incident that took place in a bar in Australia. You have to get out and experience what the country you're touring has to offer.
Warner was effectively suspended for two Tests after he clipped Root's chin in a nightclub.
The reports, confirmed by the European Central Bank, say that police were not called and the incident was not taken further by either player.
Former English captain Michael Vaughan tweeted "the wheels are coming off" the English Ashes campaign after the story broke.
Stokes is not on England's tour of Australia and remains unavailable to play, while he awaits a decision on whether or not he will face charges.