Pakistan cricketer Hasan Ali created a buzz on social media when a video featuring the pacer went viral on Twitter.
The 24-year-old, who was attending a flag lowering ceremony along with his team-mates at the Wagah border, can be seen performing his trademark wicket celebration in the middle of the drill on the Pakistan side.
According to The Sunday Express, the act has irked the Border Security Force (BSF) which “will lodge a protest with Pakistan Rangers.”
“Anyone can make any aggressive gesture in the viewers’ gallery on both sides but no public person can interfere in the parade. Before or after the parade, the people are free to do such things, but not in the middle of the parade,” BSF Inspector General (Punjab Frontier) Mukul Goel told The Sunday Express.
Hasan Ali was adjudged Man-of-the-Series in the Champions Trophy last year, which Pakistan won after beating Team India by a massive 180 runs.