Pakistani man who donned wolf mask to ‘fight’ against COVID-19 featured in American publication

12:19 PM | 4 Jan, 2021
Pakistani man who donned wolf mask to ‘fight’ against COVID-19 featured in American publication
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LAHORE – New York Post, an American publication, has featured a Pakistani man, who was arrested for scaring people by wearing a werewolf mask on New Year’s Eve.

The man, identified as Asad Khan, is a resident of Moti Mohalla, Peshawar. He was reportedly making loud noises in front of passersby while riding his motorcycle. The accused was arrested by Shah Qabool police station.

A werewolf mask was also recovered from his possession. A case has been lodged under section PPC 107 against the ‘Peshawar wolfman’.

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The arrested man in his defence said that he was not trying to frighten anyone but was merely following the government’s instruction to wear a mask in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus.