Pakistani origin British Boxer Amir Khan makes stunning claims over coronavirus outbreak

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Pakistani origin British Boxer Amir Khan makes stunning claims over coronavirus outbreak

ISLAMABAD - Pakistani origin British Boxer Amir Khan makes stunning claims over coronavirus outbreak.

Boxer Aamir Khan said he thinks the "man-made" coronavirus was deliberately created by the government to control population and test 5G wireless technology.

In videos shared on Instagram, the two-time world champion said he did not believe that the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic was what it has been made out to be and shared his baffling claims that "it’s been put there for a reason — while they test 5G".

Urging fans not to believe everything they read about the virus, cases of which have surpassed 47,000 in the UK and which has killed 4,932 people there, the 33-year-old British-Pakistani said: "I don't think it's coming from China. That's a lie, really.

"People are saying that they were eating bats and snakes and the poison mixed. What [expletive] is that? Do you believe that? I don’t!"

Khan, who has in the past won silver medal for Britain during the 2004 Olympics, went on to stress that the COVID-19 was a man-made virus disease that the government created on purpose to control the growing population.