An individual from Qatar’s royal family would not acknowledge female authorities with a fist bump during a FIFA Club World Cup award ceremony.
Sheik Joaan bin Hamad Al Thani was shot knocking bumping fists with male authorities following Bayern Munich’s 1-0 victory over Tigres UANL in the Club World Cup final in Qatar yesterday.
However, when female referees Edina Alves Batista and Neuza Back reached, the Sheik seems to scorn them – with the ladies adhering to guidelines to walk straight past the royal.
Take a look at the video below:
Sheik Joaan – who gave out the honors with FIFA president Gianni Infantino on Thursday – is the more youthful sibling of Qatar’s ruler Sheik Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani and is the leader of Qatar’s Olympic Committee.
The FIFA World Cup 2022 is set to be held in the questionable Gulf state – making it the first Arab nation to have the occasion.
In the recording of the award function after the match, players including Poland’s Robert Lewandowski and German Joshua Kimmichcollect their trophies and fist bumpSheik Joaan.
After their honors are given out, a line of mask cold authorities lead by referee Esteban Ostojich starts to move toward the platform to collect their award.
While two of the male officials are seen obviously knocking hands with the Sheik, Ms. Batista and Ms. Back walk straight past him without even an acknowledgment.