Wasim Akram Loses Family Heirloom Watch on Flight, Fans Come Up With  Hilarious Suggestions on Twitter
Wasim Akram (Photo Credits: Getty)

All is not well for Pakistan’s pace legend Wasim Akram as he has lost his watch and wants it back at any cost. The former left-arm quick took to Twitter and told that he lost the item during his flight journey and has exercised all customer service points in Dubai in order to retrieve his watch. Akram also tagged Emirates Airlines, the flight he was travelling in, and asked their assistance to get his watch back. The 1992 World Cup-winner also told that he is not feeling comfortable at all as the watch was his ‘family heirloom’. Amid the seriousness of the situation, the netizens made some hilarious comments on Akram’s post and below, we’ll look at some of those. Wasim Akram Slams Pakistan's Fielding Efforts Says 'Yasir Shah, Shan Masood Were Probably Yawning.'

“Lost my watch on flight EK 605 seat 10a KHI-DXB. I am now following @emirates. Please have someone contact me ASAP as I have exercised all customer service points in Dubai and do not feel comfortable that enough has been done. This watch is a family heirloom #LostMyWatch” read the tweet posted by the 53-year old. However, Twitterati had some different views about Akram’s lost watch as they pulled the leg of the former cricketer. Some asked Akram to buy a new watch while many also trolled him.

See Tweet!!

Some Beliefs!!


Fans Reacting Too!!

Love being Showered!!

Great Thought!!

Relax Akram!!

Speaking of Wasim Akram, the left-arm quick is arguably the best left-arm to have stepped on the cricket field. His ability to swing the new ball and execute the yorker to perfection pierced the defences of many potent batsmen. In fact, his tally of 916 wickets is second-most for any pacer in international cricket after Glenn McGrath who has 949 scalps. Post-retirement, Akram donned the commentator’s hat and has given his voice in many matches.