Boy Turns Dad’s Passport Into Artwork, Gets Them Stuck in South Korea

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A Chinese man and his family are now stuck in South Korea after his four-year-old son turned his father’s passport into his latest art masterpiece.

The child, possibly feeling his father needed some facial hair, drew him some whiskers and beard. He also colored in his eyes and drew him some friends– all in black ink.

When the father tried to board his flight back to China, customs would not let him through to his plane.

They are now both stranded in South Korea with no way to get home. It makes for a headache of a holiday, but a great story to tell.

 

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