Virat Kohli post shirtless picture on Twitter and Fans start Trolling him
India’s Virat Kohli post a shirtless picture of himself on Twitter, but Fans saw it as an opportunity to mock and asked the cricketer if he just paid a traffic violation challan.
On Tuesday, Dinesh Madan was charged with Rs 23,000 as Challan for not wearing a helmet and not carrying a Certificate of Registration (RC) by the Gurugram transit police. The incident sparked many memes on social media and Kohli fans rushed to connect his image with the hefty fine.
“As long as we look inside, we won’t need to look for anything outside,” Kohli wrote next to the photo in which he sat in an unlit area showing his well-toned body.
Here are Some Fans Mocking Kohli on his Shirtless Picture
As long as we look within, we won’t need to seek anything outside. 💫 pic.twitter.com/CvUVElZwjm
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) September 5, 2019
Lagta hai apka bhi challan kat gaya🤔😂
— BekaarAadmi🚶 (@RealFun14) September 5, 2019
virat kohli after paying challan #NewTrafficRules
— Anubhav Dixit (@anubhav_boss) September 5, 2019
World’s richest cricketer after paying traffic challans
— Noorain shaikh (@_insaneInsaan) September 5, 2019
Lgta h aap ka challaan kata gaya he. :V
— Prachi R.🇮🇳 (@prachi_R143) September 5, 2019
Immediately afterwards, Twitter lovers began commenting on its post, suggesting that you may have to pay a hefty fine.
India recently defeated the West Indies 2-0 in the two-match test series, which was part of the World Test Championship (WTC).
With this victory, Kohli became the most successful Indian test captain. He now has 28 test wins in 48 games and beat MS Dhoni who had 27 wins in 60 matches.
In the series, Kohli had also overtaken former captain Sourav Ganguly to become the most successful Indian captain in test matches abroad.
Kohli, 30, is currently ODI’s number one-hitter and the number two test hitter.