The musician and Kim Jong Un impersonator from Australia who goes by the name of Howard was at it again causing mischief at the Olympic games. This time it was during a hockey game between North Korea and Japan.
Everyone watching the games knows at this point that North Korea sent a gaggle of hand-picked cheerleaders to cheer on the athletes. The women on the squad are unpaid and go through months of training. It has been reported that some have been imprisoned in the past for talking about the world they've witnessed outside of North Korea. Cheering is no joke.
So it's no wonder that when Howard came and cheered in front of the squad their faces showed they were not happy. One can only wonder what sort of punishment could come from laughing or mocking an impersonator or their leader. Kinda puts the ladies in a hard spot.
Howard was escorted away and proceeded to give interviews in English.
At the united Korea vs Japan womens' hockey game, an apparent Kim Jong-un impersonator starts dancing in front of North Korean cheerleaders. Apparent employees of the DPRK push him aside. He's now sitting nearby giving interviews (in English) pic.twitter.com/PeVJYtri5Y— Vincent Bevins (@Vinncent) February 14, 2018
The South Korean police seem to be confused at to what to do with Howard. He claims, this is just his face and he's not doing anything wrong.
Police have now surrounded and asked the apparent impersonator to come with him, he says his name's Howard, was just cheering and looks like this, and didn't commit any crime. Refuses to go with them. South Korea police apparently unsure what to do pic.twitter.com/pGzvV0ufcq— Vincent Bevins (@Vinncent) February 14, 2018
He was released a short time later and seemed in good spirits.
There is no word where his buddy Donald Trump impersonator was. Maybe he decided to sit this one out.