Aussie Business Dudes Pretended To Be Pro Golfers And Competed In A North Korean Golf Tournament

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Aussie Business Dudes Pretended To Be Pro Golfers And Competed In A North Korean Golf Tournament

I don’t know why these two business dudes have a death wish, but the fact that they’re Australian does not shock me. All you need to know is that these two were in Shanghai playing polo, which seems completely absurd on its own, when they heard about the 7th Annual North Korean Golf Championship. Naturally, the only move was to go down and pull a fast one on one of the most brutal authoritarian regimes in the world. Get a load of this.

I don’t know what to think. Part of me thinks that they’re a couple fraudsters mercenaries already living on borrowed time, but I think the more likely scenario is that these two dudes have been crushing business for so long that they have no other way to get their rocks off other than spitting in death’s face. Just look at them. I’ve ran into Aussie bros visiting Austin on many occasions and they all look and act like these guys. Good people.

“They didn’t check. We went over under the guise of the Australian Golf team but they quickly realized we weren’t after the first tee-off,” Morgan Ruig, a commercial real estate agent, said.

What? How did they not check? The fact that they’re not chained up like The Gimp right now is beyond me, but I think it’s further evidence that the DPRK is losing a step. They take golf seriously over there, and if the Aussie version of Wedding Crashers can go over there and make a mockery of their biggest tournament, a collapse may be imminent.

[via The Courier Mail]

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