A man has been seen in handcuffs in a pic, arrested in Peshawar for wearing a wolf mask and scaring women and children on New Year’s Eve. This Pakistani ‘Wolfman’ Featured in New York Post: INTERESTING.
The native of KPK seems to have little knowledge about the going on celebrations and is rather misunderstood to take the new year’s eve as the Halloween. But the innocence has embarked on social media that entice the netizens to lure memes and jokes.
A man, who was detained by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police on New Year’s Eve in Peshawar for scaring women and children by donning a wolf mask, has now been featured in an American publication New York Post after the incident made rounds on social media.
— New York Post (@nypost) January 1, 2021
This Pakistani ‘Wolfman’ Featured in New York Post: INTERESTING
The Shah Qabool police have identified him as Asad Khan, a resident of Moti neighbourhood. He was reportedly making roaring noises in front of passersby while riding his motorcycle. Photos of a Pakistani man wearing a scary ‘wolf mask’ on New Year’s Eve is going viral, sparking funny responses online, with many saying that he deceptively muddled the occasion with Halloween.
Ary News reported,
“The man from Peshawar was arrested after people complained against him for trying to frighten children on the streets. An FIR was lodged against the man and he was arrested last night and remanded in custody.”
According to a report by Saama TV,
“The police have identified the accused as Asad Khan, a resident of Moti neighbourhood in Peshawar. “He was reportedly making roaring noises while riding his motorcycle.”
The Pleading Statement of the Wolfman
“I am innocent as have no intentions to scare locals, I was wearing the mask in line with the government’s coronavirus Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).”
A picture of the police arresting the man wearing a wolf mask went viral on social media and many people shared the news on WhatsApp too. The incident took place on New Year’s Eve, Thursday. Alos, The incident made rounds on social media, especially on Whatsapp groups.
Police in the Pakistani city of Peshawar arrest a young man on New Year’s eve – for wearing a costume mask to scare people pic.twitter.com/sU9f1NDcAf
— omar r quraishi (@omar_quraishi) January 1, 2021
Let him go, he’s still on that halloween spirit. https://t.co/KVcsS8KjAd
— True Blue (@flickfidelity) January 1, 2021
Asad Khan became the Part of International Publication
Social Media responds to the silly flip amicably.
The incident, however, became fodder for meme content as several social media users shared it on social media prompting an online joke.