Mo Nabbach manages the M&M Hair Academy in London, England. After the story circulated about Kim Jong-un mandating that male North Korean students wear his haircut, Nabbach posted a sign outside his salon featuring a picture of the North Korean leader. The caption said, “Bad hair day? 15 per cent off all gent cuts through the month of April. Tuesday – Thursday." It was all fun and games until two men claiming to be from the North Korean Embassy visited the salon and ordered the sign removed.
Mr Nabbach's son Karim, 26, said: "We put up a poster offering a discount on men's haircuts.
"Then North Korean officials came in and asked for it to be taken down.
"My father told them: 'This is England and not North Korea' and he told them to get their lawyers."
His father removed the poster, but quickly put it back up after some of his clients urged him to demonstrate that Britain is a democracy.
Mr Nabbach said: "The two men were wearing suits and they were very serious. My father said it was very threatening."
Nabbach reported the incident to the police, who cannot do anything until a law is broken. The North Korean Embassy, which is only a few minutes’ walk from the salon, refused to comment on the incident. -via Uproxx