In a scandalous turn of events, photos of North Korea’s Supreme Leader, Kim Jong Un, have been leaked from his recent Maldives vacation, revealing a wild side that has both amused and shocked the international community.
The leader has found himself banned from the Maldives after his recent vacation resulted in non-stop partying and a series of over-the-top antics.
Sources say that Kim Jong Un’s vacation began innocently enough, with the leader checking into an ultra-luxurious private villa, complete with a personal butler and an infinity pool. However, things quickly escalated when the Supreme Leader discovered the Maldives’ vibrant nightlife scene.
Witnesses report that Kim Jong Un was spotted at several exclusive beach clubs and high-end bars, accompanied by an entourage of bodyguards and partygoers. The leader was seen dancing on tables, engaging in champagne showers, and even attempting to DJ at one point – much to the amusement and confusion of other vacationers.
The situation reached its peak when the Supreme Leader rented a private yacht for an impromptu floating fiesta. According to onlookers, the yacht was decked out with disco lights, a karaoke machine, and enough food and beverages to supply a small country.
The party continued for three days straight, with guests jet-skiing and parasailing around the yacht during the day and dancing the night away on deck. Exhausted and concerned Maldivian authorities were eventually forced to intervene, cutting the power to the yacht and escorting Kim Jong Un back to his villa.
In response to the leader’s wild behavior, the Maldivian government has officially banned Kim Jong Un from returning to the country for future vacations. An anonymous Maldivian official stated, “While we appreciate the tourism revenue, we simply cannot tolerate such excessive partying from anyone – even a Supreme Leader.”
As the dust settles on this unbelievable vacation fiasco, Kim Jong Un has returned to North Korea, presumably nursing a monumental hangover. It remains to be seen whether this incident will have any impact on the leader’s future travel plans or international relations. One thing is for sure, though – the Supreme Leader sure knows how to party.