Man says he traveled through time to warn of an alien invasion

Are aliens invading earth in 2018? Only time will tell, but chances are it is unlikely. (Shutterstock)
Updated 06 October 2017
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Man says he traveled through time to warn of an alien invasion

DUBAI: A man in America was arrested after claiming he had traveled back in time from the year 2048 to warn of an alien invasion – sometime next year.
Police were called after Bryant Johnson demanded to speak to local government officials, having claimed he had just arrived from the future – although he claimed he arrived a year earlier than intended.
Johnson told officials – according to an arrest report obtained by the Huffington Post — that “aliens were coming next year and we needed to make sure to leave as fast as possible.”

He told police he had been able to time travel because aliens had filled his body with alcohol.
He added that he used a “giant pad” to transport him through time.
Johnson refused to speak to medical personnel, but demanded to meet with the “president” of the town.
It is understood that police were not entirely convinced by Johnson’s claims and it was later reported that he had “watery bloodshot eyes.” Police also said they could smell alcohol and that Johnson’s speech was slurred and he had a blood alcohol content of 136 percent.
While it doesn’t appear law enforcement believe Johnson’s claims hold water, commenters had plenty to say on Facebook.
No one commented on whether Johnson’s story was confirmed, but he was arrested for public intoxication.


Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to baby boy

Updated 24 April 2018
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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to baby boy

  • Kate, the wife of Prince William, was admitted to hospital on Monday to give birth to the couple's third child and the latest member of Britain's royal family
  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as the couple are officially known, drove from their home Kensington Palace in central London to St Mary's Hospital in west London

London: Kensington Palace said on Monday the Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to her third child, a boy weighing 8 pounds, 7 ounces (3.8 kilograms).
The palace says the child was born at 11:01 a.m. (1001 GMT), a few hours after Kate was admitted to London's St. Mary's Hospital in labor.
Prince William was present for the birth of his son, who is fifth in line to the throne.
The palace said: "The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry and members of both families have been informed and are delighted with the news."