Team India's all-rounder Hardik Pandy got into a trouble which led the custom officials to confiscate his 5-crore worth watches on his arrival in India on Saturday night. As per ANI, the incident occured when Team India players were returning home from UAE after a ICC's T20 World Cup.The customs officials found him in possession of two heavy cost watches. He did not have invoices for the watches, nor did he remarked it to be custom. As a consequence, the confiscation had happened.
Hardik had in his wardrobe some of the most expensive watches in the world and his watch collection even houses the Patek Philippe Nautilus Platinum 5711 - which costs over Rs 5 crore.According to GQ India, the watch sports 32 baguette-cut is entirely forged in platinum, with emeralds. The 5711 has emeralds serving as hour markers and has an automatic system stored.
Earlier in August, Hardik had posted on Instagram a series of his pictures showcasing his costly watch. Last year, the elder brother of Hardik, Krunal Pandya was detained at Mumbai Airport while returning from Dubai, over confiscation of unannounced gold and other valuables. Krunal was found to have Gold worth INR 1 crore and some undisclosed luxury watches.
The case was handed over to the Airport Customs and remarked to be an extraordinary case ever reported. Hardik is not a part of Team India squad for the upcoming three-match T20I series against New Zealand, for his scrappy physical health. The match is scheduled from November 17. His performance at ICC's T20 World Cup was shameful for this country.
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