The heroic journalist who, in Pakistan, connects with the water that reaches his throat to better show the spectators what happened in the Asian country after the fall of the very strong monsoon rains that hit it causing strong flooding in some cities.
To document the difficult situation, Azadar Hussain, a local TV journalist from GTV News, connected with the studio while the water reached his throat. "In the Jhakkar Imam Shah region, the level of the Indus River is constantly increasing and has flooded thousands of hectares of agricultural land," the reporter said during his service.
Only the face and the microphone appear in the video image. The video became viral in a short time.
Pakistan, monsoon rains: 16 deaths in Karachi
At least sixteen people died in the Pakistani port city of Karachi due to flooding caused by heavy monsoon rains. The victims, the spokeswoman of the Jinnah city hospital said, were struck by flooded electric cables.
The rains started on Monday and lasted 24 hours. Bad weather is expected to hit the region again next week, the city's meteorology department said.