Weird scenes as man dressed as North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un crashes Scott Morrison’s marketing campaign occasion in Melbourne
- Music producer impersonating Kim Jong-Un gatecrashed a media convention
- Scott Morrison wrapped up occasion with MP Gladys Liu at facility in Melbourne
- He left earlier than producer walked onto scene dressed because the North Korean chief
The prime minister had been delivering a press convention with MP Gladys Liu at Extel Applied sciences manufacturing facility in Mount Waverley, Melbourne, on Friday.
He then left the power earlier than the music producer, who goes by the title of Howard X, walked onto the scene dressed as Kim Jong-Un.
He addressed reporters holding one hand behind his again whereas wearing a pin-striped button up outfit and sporting glasses.
He accused Liberal MP Gladys Liu of being a communist earlier than saying he supported the Liberal candidate for Chisholm.
A music producer dressed as North Korean chief Kim Jong-Un gatecrashed a marketing campaign occasion attended by Scott Morrison
He then left the power earlier than the music producer, who goes by the title of Howard X, walked onto the scene dressed as Kim Jong-Un
‘If you’d like the Chinese language Communist Occasion to be in charge of Australia, vote Liberal,’ he mentioned.
Reporters and digicam crews huddled across the impersonator as he declared himself the ‘supreme chief’.
One individual tried to confront Howard X and inform him to go away earlier than labelling the stunt the ‘most offensive factor I’ve ever seen in a marketing campaign’.
‘Do not inform the Supreme Chief what to do,’ the impersonator responded. ‘I help Gladys Liu.’
The music producer was repeatedly requested by reporters for his correct title.
‘Supreme chief, Kim Jong-Un,’ he replied.
One reporter remained decided to get the true id of the impersonator and continued to badger him with questions.
‘Sir, that is not ok,’ he mentioned. ‘Simply inform us who you’re.’
Howard X saved up the act earlier than turning the tables on the reporter.
‘Who’re you? Okay, inform me your loved ones, the place they dwell, and their routes to work,’ he mentioned.
He addressed reporters holding one hand behind his again whereas wearing a pin-striped button up outfit and sporting glasses
Reporters and digicam crews huddled across the impersonator as he declared himself the ‘supreme chief’
Queensland anti-China activist and senate candidate Drew Pavlou later took to Twitter to reward the stunt.
‘That is really probably the greatest issues we have ever managed,’ he posted. ‘Love you Howard you lovely genius.’
Howard X is an Australian-Hong Kong Chinese language music producer and political satirist.
The music producer has recurrently posed because the North Korean chief and impersonated him on the South Korea Winter Olympics in 2018.
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