As a nation, we're obsessed with cricket.
And we know that sometimes when cricket fever hits, sports banter can get intense, even personal. Like, when Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry tweeted a highly inappropriate joke after Afghanistan beat Pakistan by three wickets in a World Cup warm-up match:
"I'm concerned about Mickey Arthur [our current cricket coach], we still haven't stopped grieving Bob Woolmer," he wrote.
It's pretty unbecoming of a minister to make such insensitive "jokes" about former Pakistan cricket coach, Woolmer, who died suddenly after Pakistan was eliminated from the 2007 World Cup. It's also a pretty rude thing to say to someone who's alive, that you're concerned about their mortality.
Thankfully, some Twitter users also called him out on the crass nature of his tweet: