This incident took place on 3 May 1978, when Australia and West Indies were up against each other in Kingston, Jamaica. In this, match the visiting team Australian was very close to victory but the West Indies team survived the defeat due to spectators.
In the 5th and final Test match of the series, which started on 28 April 1978. Batting first, Australia scored 343 runs, Peter Toohey scored a brilliant knock of 122 runs, in response the home team just scored 280 runs with help of Larry Gomes's 115 innings
The Windies team did not perform well again in the second innings and lost 8 wickets for 258 runs on the last session of the fourth day. West Indies captain Kalicharan scored 126 runs in the second innings but no other player supported him.
Australia's team was very close to victory but then something happened because of which Australia could not win. When Australia took their ninth wicket in the form of a Vanburn Holder, then the audience started throwing things on the ground.