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Wasim Akram says Imran Khan left him on deserted Island in America

A small clip of his interview is making rounds on social media in which Akram shared some hilarious moments he shared with Imran Khan when the latter was the skipper of the Pakistan Cricket Team.

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Former legendary pacer Wasim Akram in his latest interview shared fun moments with the then-skipper Imran Khan.

A small clip of his interview is making rounds on social media in which Akram shared some hilarious moments he shared with Imran Khan when the latter was the skipper of the Pakistan Cricket Team.

Wasim Akram said that once Imran Khan asked him if he would like to go to a nightclub with him. He said he agreed and was stunned to see the girls hovering around Imran Khan in the nightclub. Wasim Akram said he was impressed to see this.

The pacer said that Imran Khan ordered a pint of milk as he never drank. He added that there was a long queue of girls standing to just shake hands with Imran Khan.

“There was a queue of only girls standing to shake hands with Imran and I just said that’s awesome,” Akram said.

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Telling more about him, Wasim Akram said that once Imran Khan abandoned him on an Island in America. He said Khan took him with him to meet a friend.

“He took us and one of his friends… she… a female… took us to the airport and she had her own plane. So we sat on a private plane, about 45 minute ride into a deserted island. They went to chat in the house. I said okay, what should we do now? We can’t even go back to the hotel, we’re on an island in the middle of South America,” Akram said narrating the instance.

Wasim Akram has recently published his autobiography ‘Sultan: The Memoir’ in which he talked about controversies surrounding his cricketing career including the match-fixing scandal during the world cup. He also opened up about his drug addictions and health problems in his book.