A video grab of Amin Hafeez's reporting.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Pakistan's Geo News reporter Amin Hafeez's latest video has gone viral on the Internet. In this new video, he is seen presenting news in an interesting attire. He has a turban on his head and held onto a sword.
A few days ago, the Walled City of Lahore Authority (WCLA) sprang into action after it emerged that a wedding event had been held at the heritage. The Shahi Fort (Lahore) has been recognised by the UNESCO as an endangered monument and has been listed as a World Heritage Site in Danger. The WCLA suspended the Fort's in-charge and announced it would take legal action against the company that organised the event.
Hafeez is known for being theatrical while present the news. Therefore, for that report he decided to present the news dressed up in clothes fit for a king and unsheathed a sword in front of the camera. He belted out the words, sheathing and unsheathing the sword couple of times: "Who held a wedding at our royal kitchen? Punishment will be given."
The hilarious video went viral on social media, generating different responses from netizens.
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