Four people are standing on a bench meant for sitting at a tourism site in New Zealand. The photo reflecting such a scenario has now been very familiar to the netizens of Bangladesh and all the cricket loving people.
Normally, such a photo would have been an element of fun and amusement to the people. But the issue is not that much light when it comes to national cricket team members.
Soumya Sarker, a member of the Bangladesh National Cricket Team, posted the photo on his verified Facebook page around 3 pm on Saturday, showing him and three others - Liton Das, Mosaddek Hossain and Nazmul Hossain Shanto - to stand on the bench.
Within a few hours, the comment box became flooded with rebuking remarks. At the same time, it triggered widespread criticism on social media platforms.
Most of the critics raised questions about the norms and values of the cricketers concerned.
Especially when you are representing the nation abroad, you should behave more carefully so that no one can raise a question about your roots, they opined.
Some suggested that the cricketers be more attentive on improving their performance, instead of sightseeing.
"Decency can't be acquired by earning a shitload of money. Lack of common sense and insensible disrespect towards public property sums up why Bangladeshis are treated poorly abroad," one Uwaise Ibna Islam commented on the photo.
Even, some feared that the bench might have broken down due to excessive pressure, forcing the cricketers to pay fine.
Bangladesh National Cricket Team left the country for New Zealand on 23 February, for playing three One Day matches and three T20s.
After serving a certain period in quarantine, they have recently been allowed to move freely.