You will hardly hear anyone say nice things about their boss or the job they do, because people always have something or the other to crib about. We all have good and bad days, but no matter how bad your bad days are, it can't get worse than the guy who was working as North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's photographer.
Recently, the 47-year-old photographer was fired from his job and the reason will make you want to go and hug your boss, right now.
Reportedly, the North Korean leader removed his personal photographer for damaging his "supreme dignity". How? By blocking the crowd's view of him, his neck to be more precise, for JUST three seconds.
According to Pyongyang sources, as Daily Mail wrote, he was guilty of "adjusting the angle so that the camera's flash covered the Dear and Respected Supreme Leader Comrade's neck".
And that's not it, he has also been blamed for violating two more rules. One, banning photography within two metres of the ruler, and the second, prohibiting pictures or videos from being taken directly in front of him.March 20, 2019
This incident took place when Kim Jong-un made a public appearance during North Korea's elections on March 10. Kim Jong-un had stopped to wave at the crowd and at that very moment, Ri stepped in front of him to take a picture and blocked his view. The poor guy was fired almost instantly.
The guy's camera flash not only made him lose his job but also got him kicked out of the Workers' Party of Korea, thus making him a second-class citizen now.
So basically, the guy who is identified by his surname Ri, was fired for taking his job too seriously and going out of his way to click better pictures of Kim Jong-un? Next time your boss asks you to show more dedication and enthusiasm towards the work you do, show them this news.