Pakistan all-rouncer Haris Sohail haunted by ghosts in New Zealand
Updated - Jan 28, 2015 6:17 am
Pakistan all-rouncer Haris Sohail haunted by ghosts in New Zealand: If reports from the New Zealand Media and Entertainment (NZME) are to be believed Pakistani all-rounder Haris Sohail who is currently stationed at Christchurch in New Zealand preparing for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 was shockingly woken up by what he described as a ghost pushing him off his bed in the Rydges Latimer Christchurch Hotel.
It is not the first incident that a cricketer has reported presence of a super natural element previously Australian all-rounder Shane Watson and English pacer Stuart Broad have reported something similar to the hotel and authorities in distinct incidents.
Sohail on facing this super natural element went straight to the team management on checking his state and medical examination found he was running high fever. The Pakistan management instantly arranged for a new room for him following the incident to calm the haunted player.
Spokesman from the Rydges Latimer Christchurch Hotel said that there was “no ghost activity, it’s hard to be believed and the Pakistan team management told me it was only a nightmare.”
He further added that, “He did not come to me but they (The management) wanted him to shift his room, since then for about two days he has been sleeping in another room.”
“I also spoke to the team physiotherapist and other on the team.” though he did not talk with Sohail in person.
This incident seems to have worked up the batsman a lot and it is also heard that since then Sohail has not practiced with the team as they are set to play warm up games on their preparatory training for the ICC Cricket World cup 2015.
NZME also quoted a source saying, “He’s not trained for two days because he’s so traumatized, he’s pretty freaked out.”