“What are these idiots wearing,” Mahyar wrote, attaching photos of heads of state such as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Agriculture Minister Zulkifli Hasan.
However, Mahyar had to remove his upload after being bullied by Indonesian netizens. This was uploaded by Election Watch editor Max Walden to his Twitter account.
“The UK right wing deleted their tweets after being insulted for mocking endek/batik. Indonesian netizens are still undefeated,” he tweeted.
The far-right British hustler deleted the tweet after being criticized for insulting endek/batik.
Indonesian internet remains undefeated 🇮🇩🇮🇩🇮🇩🇮🇩🇮🇩 pic.twitter.com/ZFPchyQn5n
— Max Walden (@maxwalden_) November 16, 2022
Walden’s upload was responded to by other netizens. Lynda Ibrahim’s account said Tousi chose the wrong opponent, namely Indonesian netizens.
Indeed, Indonesia is one of the countries whose citizens are active on social networks.
“Mr. @MahyarTousi made a mistake that was often made by foreigners before, ignoring basic statistics about Indonesia. Population 280 million, internet penetration 77%, 18.5 million Twitter users, 100 millions of Instagram users. He invites fights on these two platforms with people – this person,” he wrote.
M @MahyarTousi made the mistake that many foreigners have made before, of overlooking basic Indonesia stats:
280 million inhabitants
77% internet penetration
18.5 million Twitter users
100 million IG users
He just fought on both platforms with those numbers.
— Lynda Ibrahim (@lyndaibrahim) November 16, 2022
Besides Mahyar Tousi, there is also an account of British actress Sophie Corcoran. In her tweet, Sophie asked why heads of state wear the same clothes.
“Why are they dressed like that,” he wrote, including the same photo uploaded by Tousi.
Although she stressed that she was just asking, Sophie had to accept the fate of being an Indonesian internet user. One account even mocked his name.
“It’s because they have creativity and don’t wear boring clothes like white shirts, suits and black ties which are very frustrating like your name. Corcoran in Indonesian = pouring cement,” wrote the account @tanyadoank13.
it’s because they have creativity and they don’t use the boring white shirt, black suit, black tie that is so depressing like your name. . . .
corcoran in Indonesian = pouring concrete
— sihobinanya (@tanyadoank13) November 16, 2022
Another account, namely @majeliskucing, also mocked Sophie’s name. “Your name is corcoran in Indonesia, which is usually used to bury project victims,” he wrote.
your name corcoran in indonesia is usually used to bury sacrifice projects pic.twitter.com/twgAVA7R6M
“Meonk!” (@majeliskucing) November 16, 2022
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