Bizarre Scene Unfolds As Kim Jong Un Impersonator Crashes Australian Prime Minister’s Election Event

Kim Jong Un Impersonator Crashes Australian Prime Minister Event


  • A Kim Jong Un impersonator crashed Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s election campaign event.
  • The wild scene on Friday was orchestrated by one of the senate candidates.
  • Read more weird news here.

Think politics in the United States is strange? On Friday, a man impersonating North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crashed an election campaign event that Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison was attending with Liberal MP Gladys Liu.

Somehow, the man, who later identified himself by the stage name Howard X, was able to bypass security checkpoints, interrupted the event, and began speaking to the media.

The man proclaimed that Liu was supporting the Chinese Communist Party “and now she’s going to support the North Korean regime.”

“Thank you very much. Gladys Liu is the communist candidate for Australia,” the man said, before being cut off by one of Morrison’s aides.

“Excuse me, mate, you are going to have to leave, this is the most offensive thing I’ve ever seen on a campaign … this is a private business,” the aide reportedly told the man.

“Excuse me, you don’t tell the Supreme Leader what to do. I support Gladys Liu,” the man replied back.

He was then questioned by police and escorted from the building.

A competing Senate candidate took responsibility for the Kim Jong Un impersonator’s appearance

Queensland State Senate candidate Drew Pavlou later took credit for organizing the disruption.

“This is actually one of the best things we’ve ever managed. Love you Howard you beautiful genius,” he tweeted.

Former NBA star and fellow Aussie Andrew Bogut seemed to enjoy the stunt.

Meanwhile, over in the real world of Kim Jong Un, the Supreme Leader has had his hands full ordering a national lockdown of North Korea after a subvariant of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus was discovered in Pyongyang, reports the New York Times.

Prior the announcement which stated the country now had approximately 350,000 cases of people infected, North Korea had made the dubious claim that it had been coronavirus free this entire time.

Mere hours after declaring the “maximum emergency” in the country, Jong Un launched three ballistic missiles toward the sea off its east coast, North Korea’s 16th missile test this year, according to South Korean military.

It ain’t easy being the Supreme Leader.