Fans around the world always try to grab a photo with their favorite celebrities and often it does not go well. But this time something unusual happened when a fan came over to click a picture with British-Pakistani boxer Amir Khan. Amir Khan’s phone was stolen.
According to Amir Khan’s Instagram story, his phone was stolen by a fan while he was taking pictures with him. Amir Khan also expressed his disapproval of such people.
“A fan came to take a photo with me..as he was taking the photo he had the cheek to steel my phone off the table. Really upsetting there are people like this in the world,” the renowned boxer wrote.
It is disappointing to see such behavior from fans while celebrities try to take some time out from their busy schedules for them. Recently, Pakistan cricket team skipper Sarfaraz Ahmad was abused by a so-called fan in England in front of his family.
Not just that, he also posted a video of himself abusing the Pakistani skipper on social media which was criticized heavily by fans.
Last Time Amir Khan’s Phone Was Stolen
Last year amid his social media spat with wife Faryal Makhdoom, there was news that Amir Khan’s phone was stolen.
Metro.UK reported that a source close to Amir claimed that the tweets were not sent by him, and that his phone was stolen.
“The way the tweets read also don’t sound like how Amir normally talks and I’m pretty sure somebody else is tweeting from his account.”
On the professional front, Khan recently defeated Billy Dib in the fourth round of their welterweight fight.
Amir Khan has won 34 out of his 39 matches, 21 of which came through knock out. He is a former unified light-welterweight world champion.