Wasim Akram bowled over as Emirates delivers his lost watch in Australia

Wasim Akram, Emirates, Australia

The former cricketer lost his family heirloom onboard Emirates flight on January 7.



By Web Report

Published: Thu 16 Jan 2020, 12:48 PM

Last updated: Thu 16 Jan 2020, 10:23 PM

Former Pakistan cricket captain, Wasim Akram, 54, is all praises for Emirates and his tweet thanking the airline for delivering his lost watch to him Australia, says it all!  
The legendary cricket commentator took to Twitter when he lost his family heirloom onboard Emirates flight on January 7, and urged it be returned to him if found. 
Much to his surprise, Emirates was quick to respond to Akram's tweet which read: "Please DM us the description of the watch along with your flight details and email address. We'll check on this with our Lost and Found Team and let you know. Thanks."

Not only did Emirates locate the former cricketer's lost watch, they also delivered it right to him in Australia.
Thanking the airline for their prompt response and service, Akram wrote on Twitter: "Massive thank you to @emirates @EmiratesSupport for such and incredible follow up, I have received my watch here in Australia and couldn't be happier. You have a customer for life in me #GotMyWatchBack #EmiratesLostAndFound."
Seems the former cricketer has been left bowled over by Emirates!


More news from
Pandemic sets back poverty reduction by several years

Opinion

Pandemic sets back poverty reduction by several years

At the national level, policies should remain tailored to country specific circumstances including the extent of recovery, of underlying inflationary pressures, and available policy space. Both fiscal and monetary policies will need to work in tandem to achieve economic goals.

Opinion3 hours ago