Former England cricket team skipper and commentator (at present) Michael Vaughan is quite active on Twitter as he expresses his own views about the game.
Case in point, the former England captain might not have liked Indian cities as he found something weird while he was travelling on the road. Needless to say, his comment about India received a huge backlash on social media after he wrote about the experience which he faced in the country.
He wrote how he came across several animals like elephants, cows, pigs, sheep, camels and goats in the middle of the road.
Vaughan tweeted ‘Love travelling in #India … So far this morning we have seen Elephants, Cows, Camels, Sheep, Goats & Pigs all in the middle of the road … #OnOn.’
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) April 9, 2019
Maybe his tweet wasn’t meant to insult the whole country but his tweet was not well received by the Indian citizens who bashed him in response. Check out the tweets below:
Someone tell him that we are a happy ecosystem.
— ajay vikram singh?? (@avs1607) April 9, 2019
I've seen the same in Yokshire. Loved it.
— Mini (@arlenechristin2) April 9, 2019
Ninja tacnic of praising and insulting at same time
— Bhavesh gurjar (@Bhavesh14542239) April 9, 2019
— Shaheera (@ShaheeraFan) April 10, 2019
its so hard to understnd whethr u insulting or praising it… but sir.. thats our ecosystem. dont they hav right to cross te road ? dont they havr wandering liberty ? india is rich of biodiversity. no need of sanctuaries. you get god sights everywhere. not only in roads…
— Dibin navodhaya (@DNavodhaya) April 10, 2019
Hahaha you've seen a wildlife sanctuary without buying a token for it?
— U.N.S. (@igneouznayan) April 9, 2019
Someone send him the “Namaste London” dvd please! #OnOn
— Harsh Bindal (@Harsh_Bindal) April 9, 2019
That's so typically British ! Mentioning love travelling , at the same time mocking India 🙂
Sorry that you couldn't find monkeys and donkeys , the whole UK is full of them !
— Dr Rikin Gogri ?? (@dr_rikin) April 9, 2019
Thank you for knowing India better. I hope I won't see the same when I visit Britain
— Sachiin Suryavanshi (@sachinv70) April 10, 2019