Watch: British fans head to Sheikh’s palace to find beer in Qatar!

A few days after Qatar banned the sale of beer at eight stadiums where the FIFA World Cup will take place, a few England fans on November 21 went to the Sheikh’s opulent palace in search of beer!

After the Qatari government banned the sale of alcohol at the stadium, people were a bit surprised.

The incident happened on the opening day of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, when two men from England were in Qatar for the World Cup hunting for beer. Their hunt led them to the Sheikh’s palace, where they even encountered the Sheikh’s cubs.

Majeed Freeman, a Twitter user, shared the video on the platform and the video went viral.

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In the video, one says: “Last night we met one of the Sheikh’s sons and he took us back to the palace and he showed us, he has lions and everything. .”

“They’ve welcomed us so much and look around you, there’s nothing better than this,” he added.

“We were hunting for some beers and they said ‘We’ll sort the beers,’ so we hopped in the back of his Land Cruiser, and ended up in a grand palace,” the friend went. with him to the palace of the Sheikh said. .

“We were in the back and he showed us the monkeys, his weird birds, it was crazy,” he added.

Earlier, on November 18, the Qatari government issued a ban on the sale of beer. The decision came during months of tension between Qatar’s administrators and FIFA. Initially, FIFA sponsor Budweiser was the only beer allowed to be sold at official Qatar World Cup venues.

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