North Korean leader executes wild general in a predatory fish tank
June 9, 2019 - 12:04 PM
Number of readings: 14 ━ Section: Arabic and International
Western media reported that North Korean leader Kim Jong Aung had executed one of his generals in Rameh in the predatory Piranha.
The general and the Fox News website said the general, who was accused of plotting the coup, was thrown into the aquarium before dying of drowning or injured.
The Mirror said that those who executed the victim cut his chest and amputated his hands before throwing him in the basin.
The Mirror's report claimed that the Korean leader was inspired by the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, which shows the killing of characters in the shark, and that Kim has a basin full of Piranha fish imported from Brazil.
The Piranha fish live in fresh water in the rivers of South America, and is known for its sharp teeth and blood when it was razed meat.