TikTok 'time traveller from 2027' shares video ‘proving’ he is 'last person alive on Earth’ after apocalypse
A TIKTOK "time traveller" has shared new videos claimed to prove he is the last human alive on Earth after a mass extinction.
Javier, who says he is posting from the year 2027, filmed deserted streets in Spain lined with cars and buildings but no people.
It also shows him walking past flats and a children's playground with no one in sight.
The footage is captioned: "Day 219 alone in the world."
Another eerie clip appears to be filmed with a drone and shows him standing alone on a beach.
Javier shared the videos with his 6.4million followers on TikTok this week.
It follows similar videos showing deserted shopping centres and supermarkets in Valencia.
Javier, who goes by the name @unicosobreviviente (only survivor), posted his first video on February 13, claiming the city was deserted.
Javier captioned his video: "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. "
Another post says: "Humanity has been extinct."
He continues: "There is no one in shopping centres", along with footage of an empty clothes shop.
In another post, the "time traveller" asks for help from his followers.
He says: "I keep trying to find human life. I am starting to lose hope.
"Today I got something to eat. How long is this going to last? Mention in the comments who might be able to help me."
Some users have asked how come there is still electricity to power lights and escalators, and internet to post his videos on TikTok.
He replied that he wasn't sure but "most likely there is a type of connection between 2021 and 2027".
Javier also shares updates of his "life in the future" and claims he is "stuck" and is trying to find a way to come back to 2021.
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