The “whoever smelt it, dealt it” rule has been thrown out the window after two rival darts gamers accused one another of breaking wind throughout their match.

Gary Anderson, 47, a Scottish two-time world champion, noticed off his 34-year-old Dutch opponent, Wesley Harms, 10-2 to achieve the quarter-finals of the Grand Slam of Darts.

Nonetheless, Harms complained that he was affected by a “aromatic odor”, which he mentioned Anderson left behind as they performed on the Aldersley Leisure Village venue in Wolverhampton.

He informed Dutch TV channel RTL7 on Saturday: “It’s going to take me two nights to lose this odor from my nostril.”

However Anderson – the world quantity 4 – waved the accusation away and mentioned he thought the odor could have come from his opponent.

“I believed Wesley had farted on stage,” he informed the channel. “I believed ‘that is soiled’ – it was unhealthy, it was a stinker.

“I believed it was him and he began enjoying higher, I believed he should’ve wanted to get some wind out. I swear on my youngsters’s lives [it wasn’t me]. Nevertheless it was smelly.

“If I had farted and it smelt like that I might have put my palms up and say ‘sorry’. It [the odour] was table-side, it was eggs. Rotten eggs. Each time he walked previous it was a waft of rotten eggs.

“If someone has carried out that they should see a physician.”

Anderson will now face German Michael Unterbuchner within the subsequent spherical.

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