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Madame Tussauds wax museum confirms Strait Times report: ‘PM Lee’s wax figurine had prostate removed’

Posted on 20 February 2015

Yes, the clone is the wax figurine.


Confirming a recent media report that it was in fact Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s clone who had surgery to have his prostate removed, Madame Tussauds wax museum at Sentosa said via a spokesperson that this was the case and gave a detailed explanation to verify this claim.

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Jiang Zhen De, the spokesperson, said: “There are many dead giveaways in The Straits Times picture that will show that the PM Lee pictured in it is, in fact, a wax figurine from the Mademe Tussauds wax museum.”

“Firstly, PM Lee is, apparently, smiling broadly and standing upright two days after having his prostate removed. Think about that for a minute. If you ever had something located next to your bladder sliced off, it is going to hurt like hell. There is no way he can stand there like that grinning so broadly.”

“Secondly, the nurse is holding onto PM Lee’s arm tightly, which is a clear violation of safety protocol. PM Lee’s Security Officer would have acted immediately to ensure that no one lays their hands on the most important man in Singapore.

“Thirdly, PM Lee’s wife Ho Ching is in the picture looking like it is all normal. Do you think she will be smiling so broadly if another woman was touching her husband so intimately?”

At press time, there is speculation that the Ho Ching in the picture might also have been a clone.


Speaking of clones:

Election rules relaxed to allow Lee Kuan Yew’s Madame Tussauds wax figurine to run as candidate

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