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This photo was taken by Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian embassy

Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno is in a luxurious hotel bed with a large lobster board. Assange is accused of having lost this image and causing a riot
Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno is in a luxurious hotel bed with a large lobster board. WikiLeaks is accused of having lost this image, which resulted in Assange being thrown out of the embassy

This photo has reportedly been thrown out of the Ecuadorian embassy by Julian Assange.

The picture shows Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno in a gray T-shirt and smiles as he leans back into a luxury hotel bed with a large lobster plate. The picture caused turmoil in the South American country, as it shows that the president feels light when austerity measures were imposed on his people.

Moreno, 66, had accused WikiLeaks of being leaked.

The president is said to have finally decided to throw the WikiLeaks founder out of his country's embassy in London last week, after he intended to blackmail him with the documents.

"The President is a very calm person," said the senior official involved in coordinating the attack. "But when he gets angry, he can be very determined."

With postal wires

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