Kim Jong Un's half-brother assassinated in Malaysia

According to a report, two female assassins used a toxic spray to fatally poison the party-loving half-brother of Kim jong-Un.

Kim Jong-Nam, 45, was waiting for a flight in Kuala Lumpur airport on Monday morning when two women went after him and sprayed him in the face with a noxious liquid.

Jong-Nam told Malaysian police that it "felt like someone grabbed or held his face from behind."  He felt dizzy so he asked for help at an information desk.

He was taken to a hospital, but was pronounced dead on arrival.

The two women fled the airport in a taxi and are still on the loose.

Rumor has it that Jong-Un has wanted Jong-Nam dead for years.

He was going to be the heir to Kim Jong-Il, but he fell out of favor after a failed attempt in 2001 to enter Japan and visit Disneyland with a forged passport.

You don't want to be on Kim Jong-Un's naughty list.  That giant man-baby will kill anyone he doesn't like.

Maybe some day he'll get poisoned in the face and North Korea can be free.  

Kim Jong Un?  More like Kim Jong-Urn.

Read more at the Daily Mail.

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