Drunken Man Claiming To Be From 2048 Says Aliens Are Coming In 2018
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Now more than ever there are predictions as to what the future holds, with many people saying certain dates will bring the end of the world.
When it first happened, and someone said that Earth would be nothing more than an apocalyptic baron wasteland within a week, it may have got people a bit scared. However, now, when the same prediction is made every other week, it's water off a duck's back.
On this occasion though, you might want to listen to what a highly intoxicated random man named Bryant Johnson has to say.
Arrested by police in Wyoming, absolutely ponging of booze and unable to string genuine sentences together, Johnson claimed to police that he'd just returned from the future, Huffington Post reports.
He went on to explain to Casper police that he had a grave warning about the arrival of extra terrestrial life on Earth. He said he'd come back from the year 2048, saying that 'the aliens were coming next year and we needed to make sure to leave as fast as possible', the arrest report obtained by Huffington Post says.
He didn't give an exact date, leaving that as a mystery, but insisted that we needed to get gone and tried to force a meeting with 'the president of the town'.
Johnson was arrested for public intoxication while attempting to warn the people of Casper, Wyoming, about aliens. Credit: Casper Police Department
In an attempt to prove he was telling the truth he said that he'd been some almighty sesh with aliens in 2048, and they filled him with alcohol which allowed him to travel through time.
However the journey wasn't without its hiccups as the 'giant pad' Johnson stood on to throw him back 31 years was meant to send him to 2018, not 2017. Good to know that even advance forms of transport are still unreliable.
According to Huffington Post Johnson, who'd be brought to the authorities' attention due to his out-of-this-world message and public intoxication, had a blood alcohol content of .136 percent.
He was eventually transported to the Natrona County Detention Center, but was later released with no further incident.
So, are we going to take the word of a drunken man who has provided quintessential evidence that he's from the future and that aliens exist? I don't think we should dismiss it straight away, to be honest, lets look into it.