I have found twinkling erotic: "Slip" the tongue .. and an unwanted error I'm sorry for
Monday November 05 2018
Ali Al-Bahjee writes:
Tunisian journalist Hisham Al-Khalisi apologized for the controversial tweet he published through his personal account on the social networking site Twitter through the Al-Ahly and Al-Terraji matches with the African Champions League final, which ended in supporting Al-Ahly with three goals.
Al-Khalisi wrote on Twitter: "What happened to Esperance is a strong country with its people. Rades Stadium will be the present to … wait for us."
"I acknowledge that it is a tongue mistake and I apologize to the Egyptian public for this accidental mistake," Al-Khalasi said in a television interview broadcast on the Al-Masha channel.
He added that he intended his words in a controversial gimmick to wait for the Egyptian audience for excitement, enthusiasm and beautiful balls at the Rades stadium in Tunisia.
He explained that after witnessing the reaction of the Egyptian public deciding to remove the twinkle from his account, indicating that he did not have bad faith when writing.
"The expert will be in the second country of Tunisia, and the problem is not in football."
He asked the Egyptian people not to understand his words incorrectly, because he had all the respect and appreciation for the Egyptian public.