Kanpur: Video of spectator eating paan goes viral, a flurry of memes started

Nowadays, when who comes into the limelight, nothing can be said. Now look at them. In fact, the picture of a young man eating paan masala is fast going viral at the moment. The youth belongs to Kanpur, the stronghold of Pan Masala. In fact, the young man was seen sitting in the stands on the first day of the first Test between India and New Zealand at the Greenpark Stadium and the picture of the spectator is now the talk of the town on social media. Both the video and the photos have gone viral.

You can see this viewer was chewing pan masala in his mouth. The audience is currently trending on Twitter and there are a lot of memes about it. You can all see former cricketer Wasim Jaffer also did not lag behind in those who shared memes. The video of the spectator went viral when the 70th over of the first day was underway and Shreyas Iyer (54) and Jadeja (26) were in the fray. Similarly, the broadcasting team of the match captured the spectators on their cameras.

At first, the viewer knew nothing and was talking to someone on his mobile, chewing pan masala in great comfort, but when the woman sitting next to him caught sight of the big screen in the stadium, the viewer's attention was drawn to it. After all this, the video and photo of the man went viral on Twitter and other social sites. Now this is the only audience on Twitter.

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