Kevin Pietersen posts a head-dropping clip on TikTok; leaves his fans dumbstruck

Kevin Pietersen posts a head-dropping clip on TikTok; leaves his fans dumbstruck

Kevin Pietersen, like Warner and Chahal, seems to have taken a liking to TikTok.

Kevin Pietersen
Kevin Pietersen. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Kevin Pietersen, the former England cricketer, is spending his time with family in quarantine. Meanwhile, he is also making headlines for his hilarious and funny TikTok videos. On Thursday, he again shared a video that left his fans stunned.

Amid COVID-19 outbreak, some of the cricketers have resorted to social media to interact with the fans and also keep themselves entertained. The likes of Yuzvendra Chahal and David Warner have been sharing a lot of funny videos on TikTok with their family and are having fun.

It might also be an attempt from their end to ease down the mood of the people who are finding it hard enough to cope up with the adverse effects of the novel virus.

‘Anyone lost their head?’ – asks Kevin Pietersen

Kevin Pietersen has also been one of the active sportspersons on social media during this lockdown. He has interviewed a number of cricketers and has also been posting some hilarious videos on TikTok as well. It looks like the 39-year-old had enough of this lockdown and now he is finding it hard to stay inside his house.

In the video, Pietersen stands on the staircase and then keeps his head on the handrail. Surprisingly, the body stays in a still position but his head starts moving in the downward direction. After some point, it looks very scary and the fans are left dumbstruck after watching it. Kevin Pietersen took to his official Instagram handle on Thursday and shared the video with a caption that read,” Anyone else lost their head during #lockdown?!?! #tiktok ????,”.

It is well known that the sporting industry including cricket is dealt with a major blow. Also, there is no exact update that when international cricket will resume. Meanwhile, the cricket boards are mulling the idea of organising the matches behind the closed doors. And, Pietersen recently backed the idea and also felt that the other sports should also acquire the same strategy.

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