• May 13, 2017

Top 10 Weirdest Habits of World Leaders

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CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF WATCHMOJO WITH OUR SPECIAL EDITION MAGAZINE, LINKS BELOW! The weirdest habits of heads of state are scandalous, bizarre or just plain fascinating. Did you know Mikhail Gorbachev has a Grammy Award? The former Australian Prime Minister won a beer chugging contest? The President of Madagascar used to be a DJ? Former Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King used to hold séances? Does that make them the craziest world leaders in history? You decide. WatchMojo counts down ten of the weirdest facts about famous leaders.

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00:29 #10: Ex-Australian PM Really Knows How to Chug a Beer
01:19 #9: Nicolae Ceaușescu Took Paranoia to an Extreme
02:05 #8: The President of Madagascar Knew How to Spin Some Tunes
02:46 #7: Muammar Gaddafi Had Interesting Hygiene Habits
03:25 #6: Mikhail Gorbachev Is a Grammy Winner
04:30 #5: Kim Jong-il Abducted a Film Director
05:11 #4: William Lyon Mackenzie King Enjoyed Really Long Distance Talks
05:55 #3, #2 & #1 ???

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Weirdest Habits of World Leaders

  1. What? Warchmojo, get your scenes correct, the footage at 1:30 is from Bulgaria, NOT Romania. The Romanian Cyrilic alphabet was replaced by Latin-based one in the late 1800s.

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