A TikTok 'time traveller' who reckons he's the last person alive in a parallel universe has shared a clip of himself walking into a deserted McDonald's - with mankind apparently wiped from the face of the Earth. Watch below
The bloke, who previously shared footage showing 'human extinction' in 2027, claims to be stuck inside a parallel universe where he is the only sentient being alive.
The TikToker - who uses the name @unicosobreviviente - has been visiting places his 3.1 million followers suggest and recently took himself to McDonald's.
In the clip, the time traveller takes a short tour of the fast-food restaurant, which is completely clear of other people.
Burger boxes and paper cups can be seen lying around on some tables, while a jacket is draped over the back of one of the chairs.
At the end of the clip the man sits down at a table where there is food laid out and helps himself to some fries.
But believe it or not, not everyone thinks this man is the real deal and some have questioned whether he's really from the year 2027 at all. I know... some people, eh?
Commenting on his video, one follower said: "What about electricity? If everyone is dead, who is working in the power plant?"
Another asked: "Who cooked the fries?"
Someone else joked: "Just tell me is the ice cream machine working?"
I mean, surely that's the true test of whether he's in a parallel universe or not?
The man has previously explained that he 'woke up' in a parallel universe as part of an experiment.
In a previous clip he explained: "I woke up alone in a hospital in Valencia (Spain).
"I couldn't remember my name or where I lived. I decided to go outside and there were no people.
"Everything was like in 2021, but the electronic devices showed 2027.
"I discovered that there was a connection between 2021 and 2027. People in 2021 could see the objects I left in the city, but people couldn't see me and I couldn't see them.
"And a few days ago I found a letter telling me that I am the JESP8827 experiment, I come from 2027 and I am now in a parallel world in 2021 without people or animals."
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