"They have more than equality. Women can do what they want. Jamaican women are very vocal. They will let you know what time is it, for sure," he said.
He added: "Women should please their man," explaining: "When he comes home, food is on the table. Serious," although if she also works, "they share" and it is down to the "first person home".
What he means by 'what time is it'?
What he meant when he said 'serious'?Should it be 'seriously'?Also should it be 'food should be on the table'?
"People think that (my) attitude towards the game stink," the former West Indies captain said.
"That's how it come across: lazy. But to score a triple century, that's not lazy. You cannot be lazy and do such things."
It should be 'it comes across'?Is it right to say:"My attitude come across:lazy"?
The West Indies batsman said women threw themselves at him in their thousands, explaining he was "damn good-looking".
Correct to say 'throw themselves in their thousands?
Note:All paragraphs from same interview.