When I was just a young, crayon-happy little blondie, my mother thought it was the cutest thing when I drew on anything— even more so when I signed my work with a backwards ‘K’ and upside-down ‘E’. The less legible it was, the more precious. Unfortunately, one Chinese businessman will no longer experience that joy when his four-year-old son puts pen to paper.
The aforementioned little boy, who was accompanying his dad on a business trip to South Korea, had a grand old time doodling all over his father’s passport when his dad was busy working. And this kid went to TOWN with his Sharpie. He turned his father into a hairy-looking demon man, drew what I can only assume to be some sort of cat and other blob people with lots of dark, rough squiggles that suggest he may be having some bad dreams lately. But that’s beside the point.
Thanks to this kid’s handiwork, father and son are now both stranded in South Korea, where they
can are forced to spend some quality time together until the Chinese embassy can mail this guy a new passport. Perhaps they should stop by the nearest toy store and pick up some of those Color Wonder magic markers that only appear on special paper. Yeah … do that [India News Today]