Case Filed Against A Fan For Clicking A Selfie With Virat Kohli

Shravan Shah , 13 Oct 2018

A selfie with Virat Kohli has got a man in trouble after he breached the security at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad. India was playing their second Test match with the West Indies when the incidence took place. As per a report in PTI, a case has been filed against the man for trespassing. The agency also added that the accused is a 19-year-old man, Mohammad Khan.

The incidence took place on the first day of the test series in the morning session. While Virat was standing on the field, a fan breached the security and ran for around 70 metres to hug Kohli and later tried to take a selfie with him. As Virat tried to flinch away from him, the security personals arrived immediately on the scene and took the 19-year old away.

This is the second time an incidence like this has happened with Kohli. When team India was playing their Test series in Rajkot, a similar incident had taken place. Two visitors had approached the skipper who was standing in the middle of the field for a selfie. The umpire had to intervene during the incident and had asked the security officials to take the fans away for the game to continue.

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