Saif Ali Khan receives notice from Interpol for hunting a wild boar in Bulgaria
It appears that Saif Ali Khan has managed to get himself into yet another legal scuffle. The Kaalakandi actor, who was recently acquitted in the infamous Blackbuck poaching case of 1998 from Rajasthan, has been issued a notice from the United Nation’s Police Organization, Interpol. According to the Interpol notice, given on behalf of the Bulgarian government, Saif was involved in wild boar hunting in Bulgaria.
According to the reports, Saif’s agent organized a wild boar hunt for him in Bulgaria, without getting the required permits and licenses from the Bulgarian authorities. The Bulgarian law mandates that a foreigner should either hold a hunting license from their country or pass a test in Bulgaria, but Saif didn’t have either. Saif’s agent has been booked by the Bulgarian police and Saif has been classified as a witness in the hunting case.
Officers from Mumbai crime branch visited Saif’s residence to record his statement. ‘The actor is a witness in a hunting case probed by the Bulgarian police. After the communication from Interpol was received, the crime branch, Bandra unit, was asked to record the actor’s statement. A team of the Mumbai Crime Branch sleuths from the unit visited the actor’s suburban residence and recorded his statement’, said a source from Mumbai police.