In a surprise move, North Korean President Kim Jong Un has launched a daring $2 billion lawsuit against programme makers of the hit TV show 'Total Wipeout USA.'
North Korean spokesperson Wun Mad-Fool said "North Korean television paid several million dollars for the rights to broadcast this show and have been totally misled about the content."
Kim Jong Un was said to have insisted on seeing the show as he believed it was referring to the complete annihilation of the United States of America.
Wun Mad-Fool said "The entire population was ordered to be at home to enjoy the destruction of the USA only to be greeted with signs of people falling into water and bouncing off giant inflatable balls."
The TV show was cut short after ten minutes and replaced with a specially edited version of the film Deep Impact where the meteor that strikes earth is actually a giant rock thrown by the mighty North Korean leader.