‘Useless’ Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif up for grabs on eBay
An anonymous user has put Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif up for sale on ebay, an American ecommerce store. The advertisement was posted under the caption, “Useless Pakistani Pm Nawaz Sharif for Sale.”world Updated: Apr 15, 2016 16:14 IST
Looks like someone has no love lost for Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. In a bizarre incident, an anonymous user has put Sharif up for sale on ebay, an American ecommerce store.
The advertisementwas posted under the caption, “Useless Pakistani Pm Nawaz Sharif for Sale.”
The product description is even more brutal.“Used Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for sale. No longer needed. Needs a bit of TLC. No box or instructions. Buyer must collect. Seller not prepared to touch item. Pick up from central London today, address will be supplied on completion of sale. Buyer must arrange own transport,” it says.
The advertisement goes on to say: “The whole range of the product and its family is genetically defected and corrupt. Not in working condition. It never worked. It was faulty and corrupt by birth. Buy this and a similar item in smaller pack Mr Shahbaz Sharif will be given for free with it and that item is good with drama and passionate speeches but no use too.”
“Usually found in England, America and Turkey more than in Pakistan. All business, properties and family in London but still wants to be a prime minister in Pakistan,” it further said. Sharif, who is facing strong criticism post the sensational Panama Papers’ leak which exposed his family’s offshore dealings, is currently in London for his medical checkup.
It seems there are some takers for this unusual ‘product’. The Pakistan premier has garnered 100 bids already from 12 people. He currently stands at a 66,200 pounds bidding price, with six days still to go.
Sharif , however, is not the first prime minister to be put up for sale on ebay. A few days ago, media company Mashable had found a listing for British premier David Cameron, which seems to have been taken down since.
(With inputs from ANI)