India’s Virat Kohli said he suffered an ‘absolute invasion of privacy’ after individuals entered his hotel room in Perth and posted a video of his clothes and belongings on Monday. social networks.
The former India captain said he was appalled by the actions of “fans” and called for his privacy to be respected.
“I understand that fans are very happy and excited to see their favorite players and excited to meet them and I’ve always appreciated that,” Kohli said.
“But this video here is appalling and it has made me very paranoid about my privacy. If I can’t have privacy in my own hotel room, then where can I really expect a personal space ?
“I don’t agree with this kind of bigotry and absolute invasion of privacy. Please respect people’s privacy and don’t treat them as a commodity for entertainment.”

Reuters has contacted the hotel for comment.
Australian rapper David Warner said the video – which shows Kohli’s bags, closet, bathroom and clothes – was “ridiculous” and “totally unacceptable”.
India was beaten by South Africa during their Super 12 match at Perth Stadium on Sunday.



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