English cricketer and commentator, Alex Hartley, enjoyed Pakistan’s sunny winter morning on Tuesday and tweeted a clip of herself sunbathing in Serena Hotel, Islamabad.
Her tweeted from the Maisha Spa swimming pool area read”
Pakistan delivering on day one ☀️😍🇵🇰
Is this Islamic Republic of Pakistan 🤔
— احمد فراز (@ahmadfr31157003) November 29, 2022
Hartley certainly got Pakistani Twitterati on red alert as she showed off her legs while taking in the scenery. Several tweeps argued amongst themselves, some advised her to cover her legs up, while others complained about it.
Please wear proper clothes or don't regret if the hotel staff stared at you….there are full swimming outfits as well in the market very easy to buy…..
— $id (@rockstar_intown) November 29, 2022
Was it necessary to show your legs too
— Malik Rashid (@donotsilly) November 29, 2022
We welcome you in the land of hospitality but please take care of the culture of Pakistan sorry to say but please don't promote this type of culture among Pakistani.
— Amy_Abid 🇵🇰 (@amy_sayssss) November 29, 2022
Alexandra (‘Alex’) Hartley is an English cricketer and commentator. The 29-year-old has been part of the BBC’s Test Match Special coverage team for several cricket tournaments and series, including the ICC 2022 Women’s T20 World Cup as well as the 2021 and 2022 Men’s T20 World Cups.
She was also a presenter during the 2020 T20i series between Pakistan and England.
The English cricketer is set to cover all the action in the upcoming Pakistan and England Test series that will kick off with the first of three matches from 1 December onwards.
A Historic Test Series
After a memorable T20i series in October, the English team returned to Pakistan once more for a historic Test series. England will face the men in green in the first Test match on Pakistan’s home ground after 17 years.
The two teams will play the first Test match at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium and we can expect to see a thrilling game of cricket as the Shaheens look to avenge their T20 World Cup loss to England.