Drunken Kim Jong Un forces top military leaders to write apology letters -- then forgets it

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Kim Jong Un is not a happy drunk.

The ruthless North Korean dictator overindulged on spirits this September when he ordered several top military vets to write apology and self-criticism letters, according to a Japanese media report.

“That none of you were able to produce not even one military satellite is a misconduct that is commensurate to treason,” the sauced despot allegedly told his country’s top military brass during an all-night reprimand.

But the next morning, the tyrant was no longer inebriated and asked why the elderly officials were at his villa, apparently having no memory of his tanked-up tirade, UPI reported.

“Why are you gathered here?” Kim allegedly said, adding: “Be careful about your health because you are all old.”

With that, the military men began crying – a reaction which pleased Kim, according to the account of the strange session.

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