A Hong Kong man known as ‘Howard X’, a Kim Jong-un impersonator, claimed he was detained upon arrival at Changi Airport ahead of talks between Donald Trump and the real Kim Jong-un. Howard X had intended to take the opportunity to promote his lookalike business. He was allegedly held and questioned for an hour before being released on the condition he did not go near the venue of the talks or the leaders’ hotels.
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