Kim Jong-un’s floating pleasure palace
The luxury barge reportedly has water slides, a swimming poll, and “cabins filled with girls.”
A satellite image has emerged appearing to show Kim Jong-un’s floating pleasure palace anchored in a North Korean port.
The luxury barge, based in the port city of Wonsan, features a giant swimming pool, water slides and cabins filled with girls, it has been claimed.
Details of the top secret leisure facility were revealed by Italian chef Ermanno Furlanis who was once flown over by Pyongyang to cook for the country’s elite…
Mr Furlanis said the rectangular structure featured a landing bay for smaller boats, three floors of accommodation, a guard tower and a water slide leading to the pool.
The chef and his colleagues were flown out to North Korea to make pizza for the regime in 1997 as country was being devastated by famine.
At the time the leader was Kim Jong-il, the father of the current dictator, and Mr Furlanis said he witnessed the barge while he was working on Kim’s luxury yacht.
Satellite pictures appear to show that the structure is still in existence and may have been passed down to tyrant Kim Jong-Un.