Man Arrested After Trying To Break Into US Military Base To Warn About Aliens: Report

Man arrested after trying to break into US military base to warn of aliens: Report

Netizens joked about the battle between aliens and dragons, wondering who would win the war. (Representative photo)

A 29-year-old man in the United States was recently arrested for breaking into a Space Force Base using a stolen truck to claim he had information from the president about aliens.

According to Fox35, the man was identified as Florida Corey Johnson. He allegedly stole a 2013 Ford F150 for several days before going to Patrick Space Force Base in Brevard County, Florida. He drove to the military base, and as he entered, he told officials he was on an urgent mission from US President Joe Biden to warn officials about aliens fighting Chinese dragons.

Mr Johnson was arrested Friday and incarcerated in Brevard County Jail. He has been charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle. According to local media outlet CBS42his bail was set at $3,000.

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Patrick Space Force Base is home to Space Launch Delta 45, which operates and maintains the Eastern Range rocket and missile launches. The site is about 28 km from the Kennedy Space Center.

When news of Mr Johnson’s arrest broke online, internet users joked about the battle between aliens and dragons and wondered who would win the war. ‘Okay, but who won? Sure, dragons’ weapons are pretty well established, unless they’re like the ones in How To Train Your Dragon, wildcarding aliens (probably) with a pretty big technical advantage,” he wrote. an user.

“But won’t we all be surprised if the Dragon vs Alien fight pops up here on Earth,” he wrote another. A third joking said“If there’s one thing we’ve learned from movies, it’s listen to that guy!!!!” “Okay, but listen to him.”

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Meanwhile, as per Indy100In a similar incident, a Florida man stole a police car last year before freeing and stealing another police car. That man was charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle.

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