A Kim Jong Un lookalike says he was detained and questioned on arrival in Singapore, days before a summit between the North Korean leader and President Donald Trump.
The Hong Kong-based impersonator, who uses the name Howard X, arrived in Singapore on Friday for summit-related promotions by businesses.
He says he was questioned by police officers who stopped him at the Singapore Changi Airport. He added that they told him to stay away from Sentosa Island and Shangri-La Hotel.
Kim and Trump are set to meet Tuesday at the Capella Hotel on Sentosa Island and Trump is expected to stay at the Shangri-La during his visit.
Police have not replied to a request for comment on the matter.