An “old” lady has been filmed storming Area 51 during an internet organised event that saw millions arranging to storm the highly classified base.
Area-51 became flooded with alien truth-seekers on a mission to uncover so-called extraterrestrial sightings on Friday.
Witnesses claim the old woman was “picked up” by two trucks as she walked across the desert.
Her current whereabouts and her identity remain unknown.
For decades, conspiracy theorists have believed the highly-classified Homey Airbase in the Mojave Desert, Nevada, US, holds extraterrestrial life-forms.
Official reports suggest experimental aircraft and black project weapon systems are tested there, but conspiracists remain unconvinced.
Earlier this year, more than two million people signed up to an internet event arranging to storm Area 5, billed “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” in a whacky bid to “see them aliens”.
And while the event was labelled a fail a video has since emerged of a woman ignoring security barriers and walking into the base.
However, unlike the planned event to “Naruto run” to the entrance, the woman was filmed simply strolling in.
The clip shows crowds of onlookers flooding to the security barriers in shock as the woman begins her attempt.
One person seemingly asks onlooking security guards: “Hey, are you guys going to do anything about that?”
To which someone replies: “Eventually.” “Eventually?” the man asks, laughing.
Someone else adds: “I didn’t think they’d actually do it.”
Before shouting to her: “Don’t do it, don’t do it.”
But she ignored the pleads and was seen ducking under a final barrier featuring a large “stop” sign.
Witnesses can be heard saying: “Oh my god, oh know. She’s still going.
“She gives no f**ks.”
According to Twitter user Matthew Carswell, who posted the video on Saturday, state authorities were out of their jurisdiction and unable to step in considering it’s a federal base.
The eyewitness said the woman was instead picked up by two trucks about “half a mile in”.
He speculated she had probably been arrested as a result.
Lincoln County Sheriff Kerry Lee said only 150 people travelled closer to the base itself and just 75 actually approached the gates.
Another group of 40 people gathered at a different gate.
At this stage, it is the only report of anyone actually attempting to “storm” the government site.
It comes after a US airforce general warned that Area 51 has “secrets that deserve to be protected”.
By Katy Gill