Boy's passport doodles get dad stuck in South Korea
This boy thought he was being creative and now his dad is stuck in South Korea!
Image via YouTube/ToMoNews

A four-year-old boy’s drawings led to his father being detained during a recent family trip in South Korea after he got creative in his father’s passport, Metro reports.

Decorative destruction

The boy went straight for the back page of his dad’s Chinese passport where he decided to give the man, only identified as Chen, a beard and add a few drawings of animals and people to make the page more fun.

This led to Chen being stuck in South Korea because of his unrecognisable documentation after authorities warned that it is likely he won’t be able to travel home with the rest of the family.

Chen posted the picture on the Chinese social media networking site Weibo asking for help.

We hope the South Korean government has a sense of humor and we also hope Chen will buy his son a proper colouring book for their next family trip.

Have your kids ever doodled in the wrong place?

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