Tim Paine said his car was broken into after the Australia Test captain set up a home gym amid the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 has brought sport to a standstill, with cricket on hiatus due to the global health emergency, which has claimed more than 37,800 lives.
Attempting to stay fit amid the shutdown, Paine relocated his car onto the street and transformed his garage into a home gym in Hobart, where the wicketkeeper was robbed.
"I woke up this morning to a message from NAB saying I had some interesting movements on my account," Paine told reporters on Tuesday.
"I went out and the [car] door was open and my wallet and a few other things had gone.
"Actually looking at my account, the boys went straight to Maccas [McDonalds] – the boys must have been hungry."
"Since that went on radio, I've had a message from [sponsor] Kookaburra and they're going to send me some balls on a string that I can hook up in the garage and start training," added Paine.
"Maybe the players are going to have to go through a period where we play quite a bit of cricket if we want to complete the Test Championship as it is."— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) March 31, 2020
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While happy at home, Paine said: "Steve Smith, David Warner – guys like that, they're high energy, they love to train so this would be a real eye opener for them.
"I think [Smith] is doing a 10km run every day so hopefully he doesn't come back as a skeleton. But him and Marnus [Labuschagne] and Davey are probably the three I worry about.
"They don't like sitting still, and Steve and Marnus don't like not batting for too long. And Davey – he literally can't sit still.
"Davey has got a home gym so he will be in there literally 24/7 and Steve and Marnus would have some kind of contraption where they're hitting balls, or they've got their wives are feeding them balls because there's no way those two are going a week without batting."
Paine also conceded June's two-Test tour of Bangladesh is unlikely to go ahead as scheduled due to coronavirus.
The first Test is set to start on June 11 and Paine said: "You don't have to be Einstein to realise it is probably unlikely to go ahead, particularly in June. Whether it's cancelled or pushed back, we're not quite sure at the moment."
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