JOHANNESBURG, South Africa - FNB Stadium, sight of President Nelson Mandela's memorial eulogy, had plenty of empty seats but one individual was prohibited from entering.
North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un showed up but he was turned away at the gate by South African officials.
When he asked why he was told that he stands for everything that President Mandela abhorred.
He told the officials that he and Nelson actually had a lot in common, such as a love for basketball, a love for Big Macs, and a love for the art of pole dancing.
Kim Jong Un was told that he could watch the services from a closed circuit television. He did not like it but he said that as long as he could have some egg rolls he would be okay with it.
The North Korean leader and his party of 17 were provided with egg rolls, Crab Rangoon, fortune cookies, and Diet Dr. Peppers.