Florida - "Those babes sure made me feel welcome," Rodman commented after his controversial North Korea trip, "even little redhead Ding-a-Ling who Tiger reckons goes like a rocket despite a Miss Pyongyang Sink Hole 2013 moniker, heheh...but then that's Tiger for ya!"
Rodman, three Harlem Globetrotters players and a US television crew were treated to Kim Jong-un's legendary hospitality during their stay at Pyongyang's Palace of Culture.
Last night they were seen staggering off a plane back home, big smiles still lighting up their faces as they struggled under the weight of their North Korean goody bag spoils. [don't ask!]
Although barred from filming the country's recent nuclear missile test the HBO-hired team were allowed unprecedented access to the secretive state's top attractions including specialist North Korean 'wildlife reserves'.
"That's what they call their cat houses," Rodman said, "they've got UNESCO World Heritage protected status on account of specialist, er, equipment, and stuff.
"Wanna see footage of the gang frolicking at the fabled Palace hydrotherapy pool?"
Tiger Woods is 69.