Kim Jong Un lookalike disrupts Australian election campaign

Summary by Ground News
A man impersonating North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Friday disrupted the Australian election campaign. He burst into an event that Prime Minister Scott Morrison was attending with lawmaker Gladys Liu. The impersonator, who later identified himself by the stage name Howard X, started talking to gathered media. In a statement, Liu said she was focused on delivering outcomes for the Melbourne communities.
Kim Jong Un lookalike disrupts Australian election campaign
10 days ago·Canberra, Australia

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