Obviously the guy named Muhammad was insulted ~ when the doctor threw away his business card ~ with the name Muhammad on it ~ and so did not given him the respect he thought he deserved. However in such cases in Pakistan there is always the blasphemy laws.
Non-Muslims are 9 times more likely to be charged under Pakistan's vile blasphemy laws.
A Pakistani doctor has reportedly been arrested on suspicion of violating the country's blasphemy laws after he threw away the business card of a man who shared the name of the Prophet Muhammad.
Naushad Valiyani, a Muslim doctor in Hyderabad, in Sindh province, was arrested after a complaint to police alleging he had insulted Muhammad.
Muhammad Faizan, a pharmaceutical representative, gave Valiyani his business and later filed a complaint when the doctor threw it away, noting that his name is the same as the Prophet's.
Pakistan's blasphemy law has been widely criticized after Asia Bibi, a Christian woman, was sentenced to death for insulting Islam. Critics say the law should be repealed because it is used to settle grudges, persecute minorities and promote extremism.