From Fox News: A Chinese man is stuck in South Korea after his four-year-old son doodled all over his passport, leaving him unable to fly home with his family.
The budding artist took to his father’s passport with a black felt tip pen, making his dad’s eyes and lips bigger and drawing extra facial hair all over his head.
Apparently he was embarrassed by his father’s hairline.
The man — whose name is only given as Chen — tried to board his flight back to China from South Korea but was stopped by security.
His family is believed to have flown home but Chen is still stranded in South Korea, forcing him to take to Chinese social networking site Weibo (China’s version of Twitter) to try and find a solution.
This dad “can’t return to the country,” a May 16 Weibo post reads. “What is [he] to do? Please help.”
So apparently, if you have a felt tip pen and some graffiti skills, you can immigrate to any country you want! Oops! Someone drew a Batman mask on my picture, guess I’ll have to live in Fiji forever!! How’s your health care plan here?
I think what he should do is demand to be allowed to fly home. When they refuse, he should take his son’s felt pen, draw on the immigration officer’s face and get himself deported back home! Or, on a similar note, take that same pen and draw new hair and a beard on his own face so that he looks just like his “new” passport photo!
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