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Fake Kim Jong Un Strolls Streets of New York

(QPark/YouTube)

By    |   Monday, 23 October 2017 07:50 PM

A prank video posted Sunday on YouTube of a person dressed up as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un walking the streets of New York City has quickly gone viral, Mediaite reports.

The impersonator walked through three New York neighborhoods with a bodyguard and strolled into Trump Tower where he asked to see President Donald Trump.

The nearly seven-minute video, produced by QPark, shows some New Yorkers screaming in excitement, while others turn their heads and act surprised. Some bystanders shouted, "Rocket Man," a reference used by Trump to describe Kim, and others asked, "What's he doing in America?"

Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea are high as Pyongyang continues to build up its defense program and test missiles. The United Nations has responded with sanctions and Trump and Kim have gone back on forth with insults and threats.

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A man impersonating North Korean leader Kim Jong Un walked the streets of New York City for a YouTube video, as Mediaite reported.
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