North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un waves as he exits his car upon arrival at an opening ceremony for 'Rymoyong street', a new development in Pyongyang, on April 13, 2017. With thousands of adoring North Koreans looking on -- along with invited international media -- Kim Jong-Un opened a prestige housing project as he seeks to burnish his nation's image even as concerns over its nuclear capabilities soar. / AFP PHOTO / ED JONES (Photo credit should read ED JONES/AFP/Getty Images)

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has the cash for lavish caviar lunches — but he isn’t putting any toward his country’s mountain of Big Apple parking tickets.
North Korea’s diplomatic mission to the United Nations owes New York City more than $156,000 from 1,300 unpaid parking tickets, making them one of the biggest scofflaws in the city, NBC 4 reported. The unpaid tickets date back to the 1990s.
A North Korean diplomat named Jong Jo told the outlet there must be an error because the city has the right to withhold parking privileges for diplomats if they have more than three unpaid tickets.
“It’s not true,” Jo said.
“It is false. Whenever we have a ticket, we pay. Because, you know, if we have three tickets the city does not allow us to renew their permission.”
The three ticket rule dates back to a 2002 memorandum of understanding between the city and the …