North Korean embassy officials request London salon owner remove sign making fun of Kim Jong’s hair
// April 15th, 2014 // Politics and legal
NBC news reports the manager of a London hair salon was visited by unhappy North Korean embassy officials after using a picture of their leader as an advertisement promoting a cure for “bad hair days”. Salon manager Mo Nabbach, who runs the M&M Hair Academy, said the salon is just a few miles from the North Korean embassy (which is oddly enough, a detached house on a residential street).
Nabbach said the two men demanded that he take down the poster that insulted their head of state. “I told them we are in England, not North Korea, and told them to get out of my premises,” Nabbach added.
The London Metropolitan Police confirmed the incident but stated that no action would be taken against the salon owner, nor Kim Jong.
Sources: NBC News
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