Bookseller Dymocks moved Steve Smith's autobiography to the 'True Crime' section

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Ever since Steve Smith admitted he and the Australian cricket team cheated at the Test series in South Africa over the weekend, he has copped criticism from all corners.

It seems now even book stores are joining in.

Bookstore Dymocks in Brisbane posted this photo of an autographed copy of Steve Smith’s 2017 autobiography “The Journey” on Facebook.

It sits in the “True Crime” section.

Most reactions feature people laughing at Dymocks Brisbane’s sledge, but some say it should be beneath Dymocks branding, and “two wrongs don’t make a right”.

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