This is Mohammad Kaif. He is an international cricketer, a World Cup winner, and an all-round upstanding Indian citizen.
What he definitely is NOT is a wanted sharpshooter and suspected assassin in Bihar. That Mohammad Kaif is this guy:
On September 18, the murder suspect's allies were photographed holding banners in support of him. Unfortunately, one banner in particular went viral, because it read "Give justice to cricketer Mohammad Kaif" in Hindi.
Now cricketer Mohammad Kaif has been out of the spotlight for a couple of years, so a few fans were understandably distraught when they assumed that he had taken up a new career as a hitman.
He instantly went into damage control mode, and issued a tweet clarifying that he had not become a gun-wielding murderer after leaving the Indian cricket team.
A couple of days later, he issued a second statement – after getting IRL calls checking up on his career status – again clarifying that he is not a wanted assassin.
Things seemed to be under control for the player after that, but not for long. The very next day, on September 21, BBC Hindi apparently tweeted a link with the headline "Ex-cricketer Kaif surrenders".
And thus, once again, cricketer Kaif had to tweet a clarification distancing himself from all assassin-related news.
So in case you thought you were having a bad week, just remember that AT LEAST you haven't had to tell people that you're not a murderer three separate times in four days.