Virat kohli hotel room video leaked on reddit, Kohli appalled by ‘invasion of privacy. Indian man Virat Kohli said he was the victim of an “absolute invasion of privacy” after someone entered his Perth hotel room on Monday and posted videos of his clothes and belongings on social media.

Virat kohli hotel room video leaked on reddit, Kohli appalled by ‘invasion of privacy

The former India captain said he was appalled by the actions of the “fans” and asked for his privacy to be respected. “I know fans are very happy and excited to see their favorite players and look forward to meeting them, and I’m always grateful,” Kohli said.

“But this video is horrible, it makes me very paranoid about my privacy. If I can’t have privacy in my hotel room, where else can I expect personal space? I don’t agree with this paranoia and A blatant invasion of privacy. Please respect people’s privacy and don’t treat it as an entertainment commodity.”

A hotel official said: “We are aware of an incident at the Crown Hotel Perth involving the privacy of contractors and guests. The safety and privacy of our guests is our number one priority and we are very disappointed that this incident occurred.”

“We apologize unreservedly to the affected guests and will continue to take the necessary steps to ensure this remains an isolated case. We cannot tolerate this type of behaviour and it falls far short of what we have set for our team members and contractors’ standard,” they said.

“Crown took immediate steps to resolve the issue, including launching an investigation, having those involved resign and delete them from the Crown account. The original video was also quickly removed from social media platforms. We are also working with the Indian Cricket Team and the International Cricket Council. We apologize and will continue to work with them to advance our investigation.”

Australian thug David Warner said the video – showing Kohli’s bag, closet, bathroom and clothes – was “ridiculous” and “completely unacceptable”.

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