Bakkies teaches Wilko to braai

2014-05-21 12:31
Jonny Wilkinson (Twitter)
Toulon - Springbok lock Bakkies Botha has revealed on Twitter that he is giving Toulon team-mate Jonny Wilkinson lessons on how to braai.

The big man was adamant that Wilkinson, who earlier this week announced his decision to retire at the end of the season, would not be hanging up his boots without learning the fine art of the good old South African braai.

Bakkies Tweeted this picture of the former England flyhalf hard at work flipping meat on the grill, along with this message:

"Before this legend retire i show him how to make a nice BBQ on the BRAAI. SOUTH-AFRICAN SOUL. BLESSINGS."

Jonny Wilkinson flipping burgers. (Bakkies Botha via Twitter)

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