As preparations continue for his succession to power, Kim Jong-un has had to move to deny any wrong doing following revelations his good friend Adam Werritty has been passing himself off as his close aid. Adam Werritty’s misdemeanour has been ’outed’ after he handed a business card to a reporter stating his role as ’Advisor to the Great Successor’.
Mr Werritty had been in the limelight in the UK recently after his relationship with Dr Liam Fox, the then defence secretary, was brought into question. However this latest development shows he may have been moonlighting with more than one person in power. ‘The similarities of Mr Werritty’s relationship with Kim Jong-un are striking’ a reporter in nearby Seoul told us. ‘And even though there is a lack of foreign trips with the Korean, they still book a hotel room in Pyongyang to share.’
Dr Fox is said to ‘distraught’ by the news. ‘He told me he was mine. He said I was the only politician for him. He said he loved me’ Dr Fox told Police negotiators from the top of a multi-storey car park in North Somerset. A friend of Dr Fox told us that his main concern was for Kim Jong-un. ‘Mr Werritty has a proven track record of ruining a man’s Korea’
It is rumoured that following the end of his ‘relationship’ with Dr Fox, Mr Werritty briefly moved to Italy to take up the made up job of ‘Advisor to Silvio Berlusconi’ but found the former Italian leader to ‘masculine’. He told those close to him at the time that he was ‘not looking for a ladies' man, more a lady-boy’. This was when he moved to North Korea.
We tried to contact Kim Jong-un for comment but were told by his Head of Public Relations that he was too busy to answer our questions. In an itinerary that sounded unbelievable we were told ‘The Great Successor is currently lifting elephants above his head, followed by a session of shooting each star of the U.S flag left on the moon, then he would complete his day by eating a salad’. When we queried the truthfulness of these ridiculous claims with his Head of PR, the response ‘would I lie to you?’ was all that came from Mr Coulson.