A chief adviser to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has raised eyebrows after posting a video of himself smashing a TV during a charity video game contest, the Middle East Eye reported.
Turki al-Sheikh, the head of Saudi Arabia’s General Authority for Entertainment, arranged a match on the Fifa 20 football game to raise funds to assist those in need of housing in the kingdom.
Just minutes into the match, Sheikh yielded a second goal and responded by tossing his controller directly at the television, seeming to crush it completely.
“After small riots … we will find us a new TV and come back to finish the match … it’s still not over,” the 38-year-old tweeted.
Many users on social media were not impressed and associated the outburst to the way the kingdom is run under MBS.
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