Pakistan, July 4: Torrential rains have lashed several cities and towns across Pakistan, thus flooding the streets and killing six people. According to reports, it is among the heaviest rains in recent decades, which has not only paralysed the lives of the citizen but has also exposed the faulty drainage system. In this situation, a Pakistani journalist had a very different reporting approach to take a dig at the government.
According to an ANI report, he is surrounded by floaties and sitting inside a pink inflatable pool and begins by saying, "I am not in a swimming pool but in the middle of the road which is flooded with water and so are other parts of the city." He further said he is "enjoying in water pool" and even recommended the locals to do the same "as the water was not going to recede anytime soon."
Watch the hilarious video.
Recently another Pakistani television news reporter Chand Nawab, who shot to fame in 2008 after a video of him repeatedly goofing up a simple take went viral was back reporting from a Karachi Pan shop. Chand Nawab inspired Nawazuddin Siddiqui's character in the 2015 film Bajrangi Bhaijaan. The video of him reporting from a railway station about Eid festivities was recreated in the movie.