By:Nadeemy Haded

Years ago, a British man began preparing for a catastrophe on the planet, until he found his country and the world at large in front of the outbreak of the new Corona virus.

For a period of 5 years, a man built a "shelter" underground to be a haven for him in the event of a disaster, as is the case now, and was keen to make it more like a "miniature house" full of entertainment.

In 2015, the British Colin Fors decided to start building an underground shelter in the back garden of his home, and he managed to make it look like a real home.

Fors put a mattress, a TV set and a set of drums in the shelter to exercise his favorite hobby, and made sure to provide him with a private generator, as the video clip he posted on YouTube showed.

The man also built a kitchen inside the shelter, equipped with a "microwave" and a sink, and filled it with canned food.

And because he built this place to protect him from any calamities or disasters, Forz made sure to put a gas mask inside the shelter.

Although the situation that the world is currently living in light of the spread of the Corona virus does not require all these complicated procedures, Forz confirmed that he is happy with the decision to build this shelter, and that he is using it now in "the time of Corona"

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