Bloke shows off secret room ‘for the apocalypse’ with gun and dried food
A prepper has made a video tour of his bunker full of food accessed through a secret door hiding in plain sight in his bedroom.
In the video, TikTok user @anyandallthingsfun shows off a secret room attached to a huge bedroom in his house.
A doorway is concealed behind an ordinary-looking bookcase with an electric fire.
His wife pushes it and it doesn’t give way, but when he presses a remote the door it suddenly unlocks and reveals what it is hiding.
The door opens into a narrow corridor and a rifle is hanging on the wall next to a very steep stairway.
He goes down the stairs and reveals a grim-looking concrete bunker, with shelves full of dried powdered food and survival equipment in backpacks.
There is also a pair of binoculars and some spare pillows and a TV to provide entertainment.
Unsurprisingly, the clip got a lot of attention on the video-sharing app and many people were impressed with the survivalist set-up, although others were skeptical.
One person said: "Tell me you live in an unsafe country without telling me you live in an unsafe country."
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Another blasted: "Well equipped to get you through the apocalypse… as long as the apocalypse only lasts a couple of hours."
"Might as well make the stairs a slide," joked someone else.
A fourth troll said: "Not a very well hidden door. And not just because they showed it, that built-in bookshelf stuck out like a saw thumb."
In another clip, the TikTok user explains he "doesn't know" exactly why he has prepped all this food but adds: "If 2020 has taught us anything at all, it's that nothing is guaranteed."
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