VIDEO: Miffed with 'ghatia' question, Shahid Afridi leaves conference midway
When asked about his plans for ICC World T20 as Pakistan's skipper, Afridi had a verbat spat with the reporter.
New Delhi: Veteran Pakistani all-rounder on Wednesday landed into yet another controversy when he walked out of a press conference midway in Lahore after having a verbal spat with a reporter.
The incident took place after a reporter of a television channel asked Pakistan's T20 skipper what he planned to do as a captain to win the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 since his record as a leader was very poor.
"Your record has not been as impressive as previous Pakistan Twenty20 captains, do you think there is a need to change the way you are leading the side?" the reporter questioned.
Afridi smiled and then replied, "I expected you to ask such a 'ghatia' (pathetic and low) question."
Here is the video of the conference shared on Twitter:
Reportr:Team lost majority T20 in ur captncy.What will u do ths time? Afridi:I was expecting that cheap ques from u pic.twitter.com/bxdTA4s0hy
— Daniyal Mirza (@Daniyal747) January 6, 2016
He then left the press briefing, post which the mediapersons raised slogans against him outside the dressing room at the Gaddafi stadium.