Kim Jong Un impersonator, who goes by the name Howard X, yawns on his sofa while dressed up as the North Korean leader, at his studio in Hong Kong on June 7, 2018. (AFP / Anthony WALLACE)
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An Australian comedian known for impersonating North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he was detained by Singapore's authorities on Friday and questioned about his political views.Singapore's immigration and checkpoints authority and the Singapore police did not immediately have comment. Howard X, who declined to give his real name, told Reuters he was detained for two hours and questioned for around 30 minutes when he arrived in the early morning hours at Singapore's Changi Airport.
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