The Great Khali Accused Of Slapping Toll Worker

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WWE Hall of Famer The Great Khali has found himself in a spot of bother after a toll worker alleged that the giant star had slapped him.

According to The Tribune India, The Great Khali found himself in an altercation with toll workers who alleged that he ended the dispute by assaulting one of them. In a video posted online, a worker can be heard telling Khali “You were asked to show your ID card, show the ID card” before Khali responds by saying “you’re blackmailing me.”

The worker then told the WWE Hall of Famer “We are not blackmailing you. Why did you slap him? Show the ID card if you have it.”

The Great Khali took to social media after the event to clear up his side of what happened, saying:

“Hello Friends. Yesterday while going to karnal, toll tax employee of Phillaur stopped my car and misbehaved for selfie. When I denied selfie, he ruthlessly passed racist comments also used bad words.”

After stints in New Japan Pro Wrestling, All Japan, and CMLL, The Great Khali signed with WWE in January 2006. After spending a handful of months in the developmental territory, Deep South Wrestling, Khali arrived on SmackDown in April. The giant star attacked The Undertaker on debut leaving him laying. This set up a rivalry between the pair which would run all the way to SummerSlam.

After a switch to ECW, Khali eventually made his way back to SmackDown as part of the 2007 Draft. After Edge was forced to relinquish the World Championship due to injury, Khali won a Battle Royal on the July 20th edition of SmackDown to claim the World Heavyweight Championship. The Indian star was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in the spring of 2021.