Fan Risk Jail in Qatar After Argentina Won the World Cup 2022 Title.
Argentina played played out to an enthralling 3 all draw with France forcing the game to be decided by penalty shootout at Lusail Stadium.
Fans and Players at Lusail Stadium were all celebrating crazily after Gonzalo Montiel's penalty confirmed Argentina as the World Cup 2022 Champions.
Early before the start of Qatar World Cup 2022, Qatar had advised fans to observe their rules during the entire duration of the World Cup.
In the midst of celebration, one female fan stripped off her shirt in the aftermath of Argentina's victory over France breaking the Qatari rules.Maybe in other Countries and Culture the behavior could be forgiven but the fan is now facing Jail time in Qatar.
Qatar was strict with their laws before the start of the World Cup where the Middle East country refused to bend it's laws on LGBTQ community, public display of affection and even alcohol.
The Argentinian fan got swept by emotions and went ahead to celebrate full shirtless breaking the rules of Qatar of indecent or revealing dressing in public that dictates that Women should ensure their shoulders and knees are protected at all time.
And if should the authorities decide to open laws proceedings for her then the fan may face jail time or fine.
Mbappe scored two late goals before the 90minutes where Messi scored another goal at the extra time where Argentina thought they are winning buh Mbappe equalized the match in 118th minute resulting to penalty shootout where Argentina emerged Winner of the 2022 World Cup .
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