It isn’t the first occasion when that such goof up can be seen on the web. Many individuals get confounded and it is the same old thing. In any case, with web-based social networking ready, it turns out to be difficult to escape from the eyes of the world. Individuals can without much of a stretch discover the slip-ups and it won’t require much investment for them to get trolled. A comparable occurrence approached from Islamabad, Pakistan.
A grapple and the specialist was examining the money related position of the tech organization with the monetary position of Pakistan and he looked at the two and stated, “Apple’s business is far beyond even Pakistan’s spending limit.” To which the stay answered,” Yes, I have heard that Apple’s (natural product) business has been flourishing recently and there are different assortments of it.”
The specialist than delicately said The specialist reacted to the grapple’s careless explanation by saying, “I am talking about the Apple company, not the fruit.”
Apple business and types of apple, just some regular tv shows in Pakistan.. pic.twitter.com/3Sr7IBl7ns— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) 4 July 2019
This video before long became a web sensation and individuals couldn’t quit trolling the grapple for her misconception.
an apple a day keeps steve jobs away— Mohammad Ali Tunna (@MdAli10veer) 4 July 2019
Jahan timatar ka bhav Rs. 150/kg hai aur wahan example Apple Inc ka doge to ye hi Hoga…— Kalpesh Deladia (@KalpeshDeladia) 6 July 2019
That’s called beauty without a brain— Subra (@Subramanyu) 6 July 2019
? बेचारी मासूम सी एंकर— SURENDER DRALL (@SURENDERDRALL) 5 July 2019
नौकरी से तो नहीं निकाल दिया है इसको, इसकी सारी गलतियां माफ है मेरी तरफ से???
Can’t blame the Pak citizens. Their government’s have constantly fed them the hate-india education throughout their lives…— Ravishankar K M (@ravishankarkm) 5 July 2019
Can’t stop laughing. Fruits mehenge hain ya saste ho gaye?— AMIT JAIN (@AMITJAI69909373) 4 July 2019
Keeping the torch of Pakistani humour alive…— Daman Kochar (@kochardaman) 4 July 2019