An American girl claims she went on a drunken night out only to wake up on a horse, lost in the Mexican jungle.
The young woman, identified only as Liz, shared the clip of her experiences on the video-sharing app TikTok over the weekend.
In the viral video, Liz says: "Hi, TikTok. I'm currently in the jungle in Mexico somewhere, and I don't speak Spanish, and I'm on a horse, and I got drunk, and I don't know how I got here.
"Nobody around me speaks my language, so they don't know what I'm saying,
"I don't know where I'm going. I just know I'm on a horse."
The woman then points the camera down to prove she is riding the animal.
In the clip, Liz films two children, also riding a horse, who keep turning around to speak to her in Spanish.
She also pans down to a back attached to the horse containing all her "things".
Although she laughs and jokes around, at one point she screams out, "I'm scared!"
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The video quickly amassed more than 10 million views and received thousands of comments, with some posters appearing genuinely concerned for her safety.
Others criticised her for allowing herself to get in such a situation in the first place.
Later, Liz – who uses the handle @izzyfromtheblock99 – took to TikTok again to post a follow-up video explaining to her followers what had happened.
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She said that she had made it back to her hotel safe, but that her horse had become separated from the rest of her party.
Liz didn't explain who else she had been travelling with but said her horse had made its way to a waterfall, which she believes is where the local children found her.
She also said her phone had died after she posted the first video, which was why she hadn't been able to tell anyone she was safe the previous night.
TikTok, a Chinese-developed app, has taken off this year, with many millions of people turning to it to ease the boredom and stress of the pandemic.
But there have been concerns about TikTok's parental controls, with reports of disturbing content slipping through the net and being seen by children and other vulnerable people.
In September, a man live-streamed his suicide on TikTok after blowing his face off with a shotgun in a clip which was seen by thousands before it was finally taken down.
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