North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un arrived in Singapore for his summit with President Trump with security on his mind — dispatching decoy planes from Pyongyang to thwart anyone who might try to attack him and packing his own food for his visit to try to prevent poisoning.
The North Korean leader is also apparently taking defensive measures to prevent intelligence agencies from trying to glean information about his health: He’s packed his own toilet.
The regime dispatched a commode to “deny determined sewer divers insights into to the supreme leader’s stools,” The Chosunilbo, one of South Korea’s biggest circulated newspapers, reports.
It’s not unusual for the hermetic kingdom’s leader to travel with his own toilet in his infrequent travels.
For his April meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in the border village of Panmunjom — the first meeting between North and South Korean leaders in more than a decade — the North Koreans also dispatched a portable toilet for Kim.