Fans lag behind Indian team players for eating beef and pork, see tweets | Have Team India players eaten beef and pork? Find out why fans are furious on social media

New Delhi: There is a lot of controversy in Australia about Team India. Vice Captains Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Rishabh Pant, Navdeep Saini and Prithvi Shaw (Prithvi Shaw) were charged with violating biosecurity protocol and these actors were sent to solitary confinement. However, the BCCI has completely denied these claims, saying that no Indian player has violated the biosecurity protocol.

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Apart from all that now these 5 Indian cricketers are caught in a new problem. In fact, the restaurant where Team India players had eaten, got their fans footing their bill and shared a photo of it on social media. The bill also included beef and pork.


– (@vigil_nte) January 2, 2021


– (@vigil_nte) January 2, 2021

On Twitter, users are trolling these Team India players over this bill. Indian fans created a ruckus that these players ate beef and pork.

An Indian after looking at this bill.

– manali (@ Makuna_Hatata01) January 2, 2021

Sharma ji ka ladka bhi beef khata hai

– freak v3.0 (@snkii__) January 2, 2021

Animals eat like dogs.

– AP (@ alok_19) January 2, 2021

Beef and Pork is all the rage on Twitter. In addition, Rohit Sharma is the most targeted. However Zee News does not confirm this invoice.

Rohit ki red meat consume karne wali fitness hai bhi nahi waise toh

– Divyanshu (@MSDivyanshu) January 2, 2021

Rohit Sharma is Brahman chutiye … how can he eat beef

-. (@warriorizback_) January 2, 2021

Bill pay kiya to kiya lekin bill ki photo upload karne ki kya jaroorat thi

– R. (@_RAJ_RK) January 2, 2021

Let me tell you, a fan posted a video on Twitter in which these five people were eating at a covered restaurant. The man also claimed he was sitting near these players and after paying their food bill he gave Pant a hug. He then deleted the hug tweet as it raised the issue of protocol violation.