Hongkong: The internet is full of crazy memes. A term that originated very recently has a museum in Hongkong and that museum features some of the top memes from around the world. It is a unique ‘one-of-its kind’ museum.
This Meme Museum recently featured a famous man who became a household topic after the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. Identified as Muhammad Sarim Akhtar, this Pakistani person was captured by the television cameras during Australia vs Pakistan cricket world cup match in 2019. His furious reaction was to a dropped catch by a Pakistan fielder during the match.
The museum mentions Akhtar as a ‘Disappointed Fan’. He is among the few to get a place in the meme museum in Hongkong. It is an exhibition of memes in collaboration with 9GAG and K11 Art Mall. Sarim Akhtar shared this news on his social media accounts. He also shared a video. Scroll to 37 seconds in the video to see the ‘Disappointed Fan’.
My sister found the video of the Hongkong K11 mueseum of memes on YouTube 😍 scroll to 0.37 sec 🎉🇵🇰👌 https://t.co/wIgAU1yLGB
— Sarim Akhtar (@msarimakhtar) July 31, 2021
Akhtar’s reaction came to the dropped catch on Wahab Riaz’s bowling. Here is the video of that incident.
— THREE EYED RAVEN (@doyenkhingin) August 1, 2021
The man – also known as – the ‘meme-guy’ had become so famous that some Pakistani fans had walked into the stadium during a 2019 Cricket World Cup Match. “A group of Pakistan fans have come to today’s game wearing @msarimakhtar (A.K.A the ‘Meme Guy’) T-shirts,” tweeted Cricket World Cup.