A 'time traveller' has claimed to have revealed the day the world will end. Watch below:
TikTok account @thatonetimetraveler said they had received a number of questions from people about the end of the world.
So not being one to keep things to themselves, the self-proclaimed time hopper let their followers in on it and revealed the exact date that humanity, at least on this planet, will bite the dust.
But don't panic, it's not all bad news.
Captions on the video read: "Many want to know when the Earth will end and the date of it.
"The end of Earth is on July 6th 2788, from a gigantic meteroid [sic].
"However, by that time we have successfully managed to civilize on Mars, the Moon, and many other planets."
Commenting on the post, some followers were fairly sceptical about the predictions.
One user said: "Many dates have passed that you have said something will happen and it has not. Why?"
Echoing these concerns, another wrote: "No one knows the day and hour and year God only knows that."
While a third user said simply: "I won't be alive (party emoji)."
This comes after another time traveller recently claimed to have visited the year 2027, where they said there are no people around.
TikToker @unicosobreniniente, also known as Javier, said he managed to fast-forward six years, where he experienced 'human extinction', providing his 1.3 million followers with regular updates.
But upon closer inspection, there are a few signs that perhaps it's not quite as legit as Javier tries to make out. For example, despite there being no humans around, there's still electricity, and the internet seems to be working fine.
Oh, and that's not to mention the fact there are social distancing stickers on floors. Hmm.
Alongside the video, which racked millions of views and over 740,000 likes, Javier wrote the caption: "I just woke up in a hospital and I don't know what might have happened. Today is February 13, 2027 and I am alone in the city."
He added: "Humanity has been extinct, there is no one in shopping centres."
People were also quick to point out the fact that there's footprints in the sand, moving boats in the sea, and what seems to be someone on a crossing.
One wrote: "Soooooo who turned the escalator on?"
Another suggested: "Clearly his place of work and he got there earlier than anyone else."
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