Amir Khan became the latest victim of the TikTok purse challenge thanks to his wife Faryal Makhdoom.

The former boxing world champion was sat minding his own business in their car, when Faryal reached into the back seat to get her handbag.

Amir Khan took four shots to the head
Faryal Makhdoom

Bringing it through to the front, she ‘accidentally’ clipped Amir, who made nothing of it.

As she returned the bag to the back seat, the same thing happened again with the boxer taking this shot straight in the face.

He shouted out, ‘Oi.’ But this did not stop his wife, who then pretended she’d forgotten something in the bag and reached to pull it through again.

She hit her husband for a third time and he shouted again, ‘Yo.’


Then, to conclude the video, Faryal went to put the bag back one more time and slammed it into Amir’s face once more for good measure.

A host of similar videos having been going viral in recent days, known as the purse challenge on viral video app TikTok.

This is not the first time Khan has been pranked by his wife.

Last year, the boxer lost his cool when she tricked him into believing she’d mistakenly transferred £2million out of their account.

The second one was a direct hit
Faryal Makhdoom

Amir asked Faryal to liaise with their friend Sam and change several million dollars into pounds before Brexit, but she took the opportunity to make a prank video for her YouTube channel.

After setting up two hidden cameras in their kitchen, Makhdoom told Khan that she’d accidentally transferred £2million to Sam (rather than the £20 she owed him) and he was no longer returning her calls.

Khan raged: “What the f*** do you do all day?

“From £20 you were supposed to put in, to £2million? How do we get him to send it back?

“Legally, that’s it. We can’t chase him back for that money.

“From £20 to £2million you dumb f***. What is wrong with you Faryal?

“What the f***’s wrong with your head?”

After a stressful ten minutes, Khan was eventually relieved when his wife informed him she was only joking.



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