A nationwide search has begun in North Korea, after feared leader Kim Jong-Un ordered the entire population of the country to look for his lost car keys to his beloved Lamborghini.
Media outlets from other countries first became aware of the search when satellite photos of the country revealed huge lines of people holding hands and sifting through rural areas in the country in unison. The search has lasted two days and so far has yielded no results.
"We awoke from our beds to the sound of a wailing siren." Said North Korean civilian Robin Yeung "I thought at first that the Americans were attacking. But then an army general gave us sticks and showed us all a photo of a set of keys and told us this was what were looking for". Sources inside the secretive nation have said Kim Jong-Un has stopped all food from being sold until the keys are returned to him.