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Man Stuck in South Korea After His Son Uses Passport as Drawing Pad

Kids are notoriously bad at determining the boundaries for their artwork, but this 4-year-old took things to the next level when he used his father’s passport as a canvas, leaving his father stranded in South Korea.

Metro UK reports that the father was told by immigration authorities that his “unrecognizable documentation” (Nobody appreciates good art these days...) would make it difficult to re-enter China and he has since taken to the Chinese social networking site Weibo to plea for help.

Maybe the kid can draw his father up a new passport.

[Metro UK]

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