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The Drago Victory Phallus is a monument which was erected in the centre of Pyongang on the 17th of July 2009. The monument celebrates the return of 60,000 KPW which was stolen by a gang of Hungarian spies[?].
The spies had tricked congress into giving them this enormous sum of money, by posing as the security transport commonly used between the National Treasury and the People's Bank of North Korea[?].
After two months of tireless hunting, the spies were finally captured by a shadowy elite North Korean Military Squad. Their bodies were impaled up the rectum and set as macabre scarecrows in Kangwon to ward off any further incursions[?].