British boxer Amir Khan trolls Indian pilot Abhinandan

Pakistan-born British boxer, Amir Khan trolled Indian fighter pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, who was captured by the Pakistani military after his MiG-21 fighter was shot down by Pakistan Air Force in February.

The spokesperson of the Pakistan Army, Major General Asif Ghafoor has uploaded a video on his Twitter account, in which the boxer appeared to mimic the pilot while having tea in Pakistan.

“Fantastic tea, Kashmiri tea,” DG ISPR, tweeted from his personal account.

The video gone viral with his comment “Fantastic Tea” as it launched thousands of memes on the internet.

Khan landed in Pakistan on Tuesday to visit the LoC to express solidarity with the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir. During his visit, the boxer met Major General Asif Ghafoor and other dignitaries.

Khan said that he could not just sit silently in England and will continue to raise the voice of Kashmiri people against the brutalities of Indian forces.

“People are being tortured and children are being killed,” he said. “I was watching all of this on my television in Britain, but I could not stay silent.”

Khan visits LoC, voices against the brutalities in Kashmir by Indian forces