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Ryan Seacrest Gets Kim Jong-II’s Ashes Dumped on Him by Sacha Baron Cohen

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After some negotiations, Sacha Baron Cohen’s Admiral Aladeen character from ‘The Dictator’ was allowed to attend the Oscars. And, not so surprisingly, it didn’t take long for him to cause trouble.

During an interview with Ryan Seacrest, he managed to dump the ashes of recently deceased North Korean leader Kim Jong-II all over the ubiqitious host.

OK, they probably weren’t really Jong-II’s ashes. But the idea that Jong-II would want his remains spread at the Oscars isn’t as far-fetched as it may seem — the dicator was known to be a huge movie buff. Check out photos and video below.

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