PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — A Kim Jong Un impersonator calling himself solely Howard from Australia made an look at the Korea-Japan ladies’s hockey game at the Olympics on Wednesday.
He briefly walked in entrance of a North Korean cheering part, waving a unification flag and smiling earlier than being moved away to his seat close by.
Security then got here to take him out of the world as a crowd started to kind. Police later took over, surrounding him in a corridor exterior the seating space and stopping him from going again into the game.
The impersonator wore a protracted, black overcoat and glasses, and he sported the North Korean dictator’s trademark haircut.
“This is how I look,” he stated as police led him right into a employees room.