This is to inform you that the famous Youtuber Miles Routledge has been captured by the Taliban in Afghanistan after he visited the country for fun. However, it is reported that Miles Routledge did not visit Afghanistan for the first time. The last time he visited the Taliban-ruled country in August 2021, he received a huge backlash for it. But this time, the self-described British tourist has been arrested by the Taliban secret police. As this news has been a topic of discussion in the city, we did a deep study about it and delved into the web to collect reliable and accurate details about it. Please stay strong and follow this column to the end to understand all aspects of the news. Scroll down the page and take a look below.
Who is Miles Routledge?
Miles Routledge is a British YouTuber and a self-described ‘dangerous tourist’ who visits dangerous parts of the world. He is now one of three Britons captured in Kabul by the feared Taliban counterintelligence. Miles Routledge is from Birmingham and is currently 21 years old. Miles Routledge is popular by his YouTube name Lord Miles and has more than 140,000 followers on Twitter. He promotes himself as someone who will go to the most dangerous places on the planet for fun. Scroll down the page and read more details.
As mentioned, Miles Routledge is one of three British men captured by the Taliban secret police in Kabul, the other two British men being Kevin Cornwell and an unknown man who runs a hotel in Kabul. Kevin Cornwell is a 53 year old man and is a charity doctor. The sources claimed that these two British men have been captured by the Taliban secret police since January. But they are arrested for different incidents. Scroll down the page.
Miles Routledge was captured by the Taliban on March 2. YouTuber Miles Routledge was with two Polish men named Adrian Wojcki and Roman Bilski when he was arrested. All three men are being held for further investigation and questioning. The arrest of British Miles Routledge and Poles Roman and Adrian was confirmed by a Taliban security official last week. Taliban officials said they were found engaging in suspicious activities and were being held at the Taliban’s counter-intelligence department in Kabul. Stay tuned.