By Quentin Piton Journalist Series – Cinema Journalist specializing in series, cinema, but also anime and manga. Spends his time dreaming of Emma Watson, considers Olivier Giroud the GOAT and refuses to speak with those who are against the absolute truth which is: How I Met Your Mother is a better series than Friends.
A gesture that has logically hallucinated (and amused) Internet users, as evidenced by the many messages posted on Twitter, but which also shocks and worries. After all, as the Doha Home site reminds us, “all public displays of affection (holding hands, hugging or kissing) are prohibited and may be punished“. In other words, many people are now worried about the possible consequences of such an act for the young woman…
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… but not in Qatar
Will she be fined? A prison sentence? Expulsion from the country? We reassure you, none of these sanctions will be imposed on him. The reason ? Contrary to what the Twitter accounts that share this video today try to make believe, this one was not filmed at all this week in Qatar.
A quick search on the Internet (Google is still our friend) is enough to discover that this sequence actually dates back to Euro 2020 which was organized last year. It is difficult to date it precisely, but it could have been filmed around the final at Wembley in England. Enough to allow King Charles III to breathe – he will not yet face his first diplomatic incident, and remind us that we should not always believe everything on the Internet. A beautiful moral!
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For the record, where the England vs Iran match was eagerly awaited by the general public who were waiting to see if Harry Kane, the captain, would hold his promise to wear an armband in tribute to the LGBTQ+ community, something he had promised at a press conference, the attacker finally backed down and settled for a simple “No to discrimination” headband.