The head of the Saudi General Authority for Entertainment, Turki Al-Sheikh, has published a video clip showing the moment when he destroyed a TV, after receiving a goal in a game for “PlayStation”.
Al-Sheikh posted the video through his account on Twitter, saying: “In simple riots … a new TV Pandor, and we will return. We will continue the match … but the match has not ended.”
In minor riots … a new TV pandora, and we will return to the match … but the match is not over pic.twitter.com/NrNjZ2jbVD
– TURKI ALALSHIKH (@Turki_alalshikh) May 22, 2020
The “Playstation” match was part of a challenge between the Al-Sheikh family and the Al-Suwailem family, announced by Turki Al-Sheikh a few days ago, with the aim of supporting the “Jude Housing” charitable initiative.
I accepted the challenge, Al-Shamekh, for the benefit of the platform of housing, I took Almeria, took victory, and challenged you after. In the interest of the match, I support the platform with a million riyals
A promise is like the 29th of Ramadan
And provided that it is a live broadcast to all🙏🏻❤️🇸🇦👍 pic.twitter.com/W8fiqvu5DZ
– TURKI ALALSHIKH (@Turki_alalshikh) May 18, 2020
The video showed the owner of the Spanish club Almeria angry after the former president of the Saudi Al-Nasr Club, Saud Al-Suwailem scored a goal in his net, as he threw the television screen with the playing device saying: “The hand is dirty.”