Anand Mahindra is mighty impressed with Japanese fans cleaning the stadium after FIFA opening match
Anand Mahindra shared a video of Japanese spectators cleaning the stadium after FIFA opening match. Omar Farooq, a Bahraini content creator, initially shared the video on Instagram which has gone crazy viral.
- Anand Mahindra shared a video of Japanese spectators cleaning the stadium after FIFA opening match.
- Omar Farooq, a Bahraini content creator, initially shared the video on Instagram.
- The video on Instagram has over 9 million views.
By Tiasa Bhowal: The FIFA World Cup 2022 kick-started on November 20 with host Qatar playing against Ecuador. The opening match was played at the Al Bayt Stadium. A video from the stadium has been doing the rounds of the internet for a very special reason. The video from the opening match went crazy viral and even Anand Mahindra shared it with his followers on Twitter. It shows Japanese spectators after the end of the opening game cleaning up the stadium. This gesture impressed not just the internet but the Mahindra Group Chairman too.
Omar Farooq, a Bahraini content creator, shared a video on Instagram of the Japanese spectators cleaning the stadium post-match. While we have witnessed how a stadium looks littered with food packets, plastics, glass and bottles after a match or event, this was a welcome sight. They can be seen carrying large garbage bags to stuff all that they could find in the stands and cleaned up all the unwanted things.
“We never leave, Japanese never leave rubbish behind. We respect the place,” a Japanese woman is heard saying in the video. Another man in the video said that they don’t do it for the cameras.
“They said they weren’t doing it for the cameras, but I’m glad the cameras still spotted them. The values they’re displaying are worthy of a global audience,” Anand Mahindra wrote, sharing the video. While the original video has over 9 million views, the video that the 67-year-old business tycoon shared has over 2 lakh views.
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The internet was all praise for the Japanese spectators. “Japanese are the best. We should emulate them if we want a totally Swachch Bharat,” a user wrote.
“They do it in every gathering. I saw it way back in 2003 in Tokyo. Thought it must be to keep thir own country clean . Now , learn it is their value. My salute,” another user wrote.
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