Wyoming Man Filled With Alcohol By Aliens So He Can Time Travel Ends Up in Wrong Year

3Florida man was found wandering the streets of….wait.  This story is NOT about Florida man, but I guarantee you, you’ll be convinced this guy must have recently moved to Wyoming, or perhaps he has close kin in Florida.  Either way, the Florida is STRONG in this Casper, Wyoming man.

The incident we are about to describe happened Monday, October 2nd, 2017, 10:30PM, Casper, Wyoming time (I think that’s mountain time, right?).

Apparently, the man was found wandering the streets in all his inebriated glory.  When the police confronted the man, he informed them that was from the future and he was sent back in time, apparently to help people.

Typical skeptics that they are, the Casper Wyoming police decided his story did not seem credible.  The man seemed reasonable though.  He had exact dates, like he knew he came from the year 2048.  He also knew that he needed to speak the President of the town.  That, in and of itself, is proof enough to me that this man came from the future.  I mean, only in the future does such a thing as a President of a town even exist.  Don’t ask me how I know, I may have already said too much.

The Casper, Wyoming man, doing his best Florida man impression, was given a blood test to determine if the inspiration behind his time travelling claims was something quite pedestrian.  He showed up with a blood alcohol level of .136.

The Casper, Wyoming man (I have to keep writing that because I keep wanting to write Florida man), Bryant Johnson, told the police that there was a perfectly reasonable explanation as to why he appeared to be drunk.  You see, in order to time travel, aliens had to fill him up with alcohol.  Then, they stood him up on a giant pad that was able to transport him to 2018.  Unfortunately, the giant pad sent him to 2017 instead of 2018.

This seems perfectly reasonable to me.  Anyone who has ever time travelled before would know….wait.  I digress.  I’ve already said too much.

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