WATCH: Nawaz Sharif orders McDonalds family meal during NAB court hearing

Published: September 6, 2018
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According to a report by a private news channel, the country's former premier asked for fast food, after which PML-N leader Chaudhry Tanveer ordered his domestic help to bring the food. SCREENGRAB: YOUTUBE/PUBLIC TV

According to a report by a private news channel, the country's former premier asked for fast food, after which PML-N leader Chaudhry Tanveer ordered his domestic help to bring the food. SCREENGRAB: YOUTUBE/PUBLIC TV

It is only natural for someone behind bars to get tired of the staple food given to them with former prime minister Nawaz Sharif being no exception as he ordered McDonald’s burgers and soft drinks during the lunch break of the al-Azizia and Hill Metal references hearing at the accountability court on Thursday.

According to a report by a private news channel, the deposed premier asked for fast food, after which Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Chaudhry Tanveer ordered his domestic help to bring the food for his leader.

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Sharif, along with PML-N leaders Javed Hashmi, Irfan Siddique, Mushahidullah and Tanveer, ate the food in an adjoining room of a judge in the accountability court in Islamabad.

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) court judge had allowed the food to be brought inside the premises of the judicial complex.

The report added that Nawaz was seen in a good mood after gobbling up the burgers and had a conversation with the media representatives present on the spot.

Video courtesy: Public TV

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  • Sennakot
    Sep 7, 2018 - 1:39PM

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