Person Naruto Runs Through 'Storm Area 51' Newscast

In what started as a joke and is now our manifest reality, thousands of people are expected to storm Area 51 today, September 20 in the US. Today, we witnessed just one of many on camera running through the desert like characters from the popular anime series Naruto.

“Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” began as a joke Facebook event earlier this year. “If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Lets see them aliens,” the post read.

Two million people hit “Going”. There were plans for a music fest called “Alienstock”. But in the intervening months, the Facebook event’s creator has condemned the initiative, citing a lack of infrastructure and safety issues, and the event has been removed.

A spokesperson for the US Air Force told The Washington Post that Area 51 “is an open training range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces”.

Today is the planned date of the event, and according to 13 Action News, Rachel, Nevada, is still preparing for an onslaught of alien truthers and Naruto fans. In the 13 Action News report, one attendee gave the world a demonstration of their grit and dedication to seeing them aliens:

You can watch the full clip here.

It’s a skilful and practised Naruto run. For those intimidated by this young lad’s chops, thankfully, there is a surprisingly thorough WikiHow on how to “Run Like Naruto”. Just don’t do it near army bases.


Comments

    I've read reports of hundreds of ppl down to 75. Internet culture at it's finest. Turning nothing into an even bigger nothing.

    It's definetly in the hundreds and growing.
    Folks have been posting drone footage of the hotel in Rachel and the make shift camp/car park has been filling up pretty quickly.
    The 75 people were the ones who went up to the Area 51 gate on the first night to "storm" the place.

      Hundreds and growing is still incredibly lame compared to the 2 million who said they were coming at the end of July.

        They meant the other sort of coming

    There's someone else in the picture? I couldn't get past trying to figure out if that was Mark Serrels, Simon Pegg, or a lookalike they use to stand in for them.

    How good is that obnoxious add sitting right in the middle of the page.

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