Amir Khan questions adviser about buying cheese house on the moon
AMIR Khan prank called his property adviser to ask if he should buy a house on the moon.
The Bolton boxer was playing call or delete on Nick Grimshaw's breakfast show on BBC Radio One this morning.
The game involves celebrity guests making prank calls live on air to people purportedly selected at random from their phone.
The unlucky victim this morning was Amir’s property adviser, Nabeel, prompting Amir to ask his views on investing in a house on the moon.
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“What do you think? Richard Branson’s bought one and a lot of people are investing in it,” Amir asked enthusiastically.
Nabeel then questioned Amir on the price - about two million - and suggested it was a bad idea.
The adviser appeared to realise something was afoot when Grimshaw, posing as a property salesman, suggested he visit their real estate website, cheesemoonhouse.com, to see the range of mozzarella bungalows and parmesan houses for himself.
Nabeel agreed and said “I’ll have to investigate that. I’ve been in the real estate industry for 20 years and this is the first I’m hearing of it.”
After the call finished, Amir laughed and praised his adviser for being "professional and respectful".
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