A naked man has been discovered hiding in the trunk of a shocked driver’s car.
The man had reportedly been there for three days when he was discovered by the owner, who recorded the bizarre experience on TikTok.
Bethany Coker shared a video to her followers on January 31 showing a muddy front passenger’s seat of her car.
“My car was home all night while we were out wheeling til 2 a.m. and I started it up this morning not paying attention, only to come back to get in it, and notice the MUD,” the caption reads.
Coker can be heard exclaiming in horror during the shocking clip as she tries to clean the caked on mud off the seat.
She also says in the video: “The only logical explanation is that a … muddy-a** … man slept in my f***ing car last night,” she says towards the end of the video.
Then, on February 2, Coker posted an update video and her followers learned that there was, in fact, a man hiding in her trunk.
“This guy has been in my trunk since SATURDAY fully naked,” she wrote in the caption.
“It’s currently Tuesday. Guess I found out where the mud came from.”
Coker says he was hiding in the trunk of the car when she filmed the first video of herself cleaning the muddy front seat.
The woman asked the man why he was in her trunk, to which he responds: “It’s a right of passage.”
She then asks how he got into the trunk and the man, who has not been identified, replies: “I’m the son of the pope.”
Cops arrived at the scene and are seen standing around the car with the man’s legs hanging out of the trunk.
The man is heard asking if he could put his pants on, and cops say they “would appreciate that.”
“I’ll tell you, in my whole career, I’ve never come across anything like that,” one of the cops tells Coker at the end of the TikTok video.
Coker later posted a comment in response to someone asking about the man’s whereabouts.
“He’s currently in a psych ward!!,” Coker wrote.
“He was a missing person apparently .. I found him LOL”
“I couldn’t make this up if I tried,” she wrote in response to another comment on the video.
Coker has not yet returned The Sun’s request for comment.
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