Hurricane Sehwag hit central Scotland - where hurricanes hardly happen - with winds gusting at over 165mph. Schools were closed and transport and other services disrupted.. A wind turbine went on fire and exploded; another uprooted and collapsed. Hurricane Sehwag was caused by a very low and rapidly deepening low pressure system over the Atlantic Ocean meeting a high pressure area to the south creating a steep pressure gradient.
(For those wondering which IPL side Bawbag plays for some elucidation can be found on this link. Bawbag has yet to be capped at Test level but is one of Scotland's many linguistic gifts to the world. Scotland's cricketing gifts are fewer in number.)
Fantasy Bob would like to make clear to his worldwide readership that he does not consider that Sehwag is a Bawbag in the Scottish sense of the term. Far from it. FB is merely making a puerile joke and is thoroughly ashamed of himself.
In the meantime, and as a diversionary tactic against Sehwag's angry fans, FB invites his readers' attention to Bob Dylan's song Hurricane. It describes some real bawbags whose actions led to the racially motivated prosecution of boxer Ruben Carter in 1966.
Perhaps that's enough about hurricanes - it is certainly enough about bawbags.