13th February 2017, Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Siri Aisyah and her friend entered the bustling Malaysian airport. They were on their way to the cafe to meet a man they had worked with several times before.
A couple on months prior, the man had approached the two women in the street and asked if they would like to be in a film shoot. He claimed to be a television producer and was nice and generally friendly.
The women questioned him on the type of film, to which he responded saying it would be a comedy show that involved pranking unsuspecting members of the public.
In need of the extra money, the women thought it would be a good idea and agreed to sign up.
The man, however, was not a TV producer and instead worked for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. For months, he and his agents groomed Siti Aisyah and her friend and told them to ambush strangers in the street and smother their faces with cosmetic creams for what they thought were hidden camera show stunts.
The women had completed many of these stunts by now, using baby oils and body lotions. On this day, in the airport, nothing felt any different.
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