Pakistani Journalist Rides a Donkey While Reporting and the Internet Wants to Give Him an Award
Amin Hafeez, who works with Pakistan's Geo News, has a knack of reporting from the most unusual places. One such report Hafeez was a part of recently is the flourishing donkey business in Lahore.
Image credits: Geo News / Twitter
For the uninitiated, Hafeez, who works with Pakistan's Geo News, has a knack of reporting from the most unusual places.
One such report Hafeez was a part of recently is the flourishing donkey business in Lahore. According to the report, Lahore has the third largest population of donkeys in the world and the breeders and owners couldn't be happier at this development.
Pakistan's government has set up hospitals to treat the mammals for free of cost and an average donkey does a business of 1000 Pakistani Rupees per day.
The very adventurous Hafeez goes out to report from ground zero, with thousands of donkeys in the frame.
But what happens next will make you chuckle.
"Insaan aur gadhe ka rishta toh sadiyo purana hai, magar Lahore mein gadho ka karobar achanak chamak uthne se gadha palne wale log khushi se phule nahi sama rahe (The relationship between the humans and donkeys goes way back, but the sudden rise of the donkey rearing business in Lahore is making breeders ecstatic)," says Hafeez while riding a donkey. Yep.
The video of the entire report was shared by another Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir on his Twitter page and he had something to say.
"Donkey business flourishing in Lahore and look at the way my old Freind Amin Hafeez reporting donkey business by risking his life."
Donkey business flourishing in Lahore and look at the way my old Freind Amin Hafeez reporting donkey business by risking his life pic.twitter.com/FHYuQrYOqP
— Hamid Mir (@HamidMirPAK) December 19, 2018
The clip soon went viral across the platform and Twitterati couldn't stop commenting on the report.
Omg....the greatest reporter of all time...the legend...😂😂😂 @dmau5555 @Saimakhan1609 @saqibfarshori
— SHEHRYAR (@SHAH4381) December 19, 2018
I was only thinking that there are so many donkies in Pakistan , now they just confirmed it
— Manoj (@naijonam) December 19, 2018
So now #Pakistan 's economy will be reliant on donkeys? 🐴🐴
— PRADEEP KUMAR TOMAR 🐧 (@DIE_AND_LET_DIE) December 19, 2018
However, not everyone was surprised.
Watch the following videos to know exactly why.
PS: All these are from when he was reporting.
Hafeez reporting Lahore rains.
Hafeez working out.
Hahaha. Geo's Amin Hafeez is at it againpic.twitter.com/93KtfqE2hA
— Kashif (@kashifviews) December 24, 2015
Hafeez carrying a goat.
Amin Hafeez reporting carrying @JalladeAzam in arms
— Junaid (@DaSangaAzadiiDa) January 23, 2016
Hafeez interviewing a cow.
Or when he reported about Lahore PSL Final ticket sale.
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