Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal has been arrested in Lahore after being accused of assaulting a police warden.
Akmal, 23, denied the charges and said the traffic warden had slapped him.
Umar Akmal international record
16 matches, average 35.82,
89 matches (inc 25 as keeper), average 36.46, catches 54, stumpings 11
- Twenty20 internationals:
52 matches (inc 19 as keeper), average 27.32, ct 34, st 2
"His behaviour was inappropriate to say the least. I came to the police station to register a complaint and instead they have detained me," said Akmal.
However, senior police official Tariq Aziz said Akmal had "violated a traffic signal and when he was stopped by the warden got abusive and tore his shirt."
The right-handed batsman, who is an occasional wicketkeeper in limited-overs cricket but has never kept in a Test, has made 16 Test, 89 one-day international and 52 Twenty20 international appearances for Pakistan.
Akmal's brothers Kamran and Adnan - also wicketkeepers - have also played for Pakistan.
Umar Akmal claims the incident was captured on CCTV cameras at the traffic signal and the footage would clear his name.