Angel on Earth Michael Clark has single handedly saved the entire population of Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia.
“Jakarta is buckling due to the increasing extraction of groundwater, and just the weight of all the added people,” said Clark, “It’s the least I could do, really.”
Clark and the 27.9 million people are now living in his two-story house that he bought, planning to have a family, maybe a wife, kid and a dog one day. But plans change.
Despite saving their lives, Clark’s house guests have some complaints about their situation.
“It’s kind of annoying, to be stacked up on each other like that,” said Ricky Sukarno, whose studio apartment is now underwater, “Michael is also allergic to peanut butter, so we all can’t eat Reese’s, which sucks.”