Video of a Pakistani beggar in China: After a video of a Pakistani panhandler outside a mosque in China circulated online, netizens reacted angrily.
A video of another Pakistani beggaring outside a mosque in China was released online by a Pakistani resident named Fahad Ali.
“I saw a man crying and begging when I came out of a mosque after Asr prayer,” the post reads. “I am a Pakistani, the recent flood has destroyed everything I had, please help me.”
The Pakistani beggar allegedly stopped pretending when he noticed Mr. Ali filming.
“I believed that travelling from Pakistan to China would cost between two and three lakh rupees. Many Pakistanis travel to China each year to pursue careers as scientists, engineers, and scholars, bringing honor to their country. But individuals like them damage the reputation of the nation. The Pakistani Embassy should deal with this and seize their passport,” Fahd added.
Here is how internet users responded: