“It’s your lucky day today,” he could be heard saying in a video that’s going viral on social media. “It’s on me today,” he tells a visitor who arrived to fill up her car’s gas tank.
The Windies opening batter paid the gas bill for every vehicle that visited the Texaco Gas Station in Portmore, Jamaica, on that day.
He could be seen taking selfies as the locals were pleasantly surprised to not just see the West Indies cricket great but also get free gas.
Gayle has scored 19,594 international runs, out of which 10,480 came in ODIs. He has also hit 42 international centuries.
Apart from making 301 ODI appearances, Gayle also featured in 103 Tests and 79 T20Is for the Caribbean team.
He is no longer in the scheme of things for West Indies, and is yet to officially announce his retirement.