A Donald Trump "Zoltar machine" has popped up in New York City and is predicting a terrifying future for Americans.
Fans of the 1988 film 'Big', starring Tom Hanks, will remember the 'Zoltar Speaks' machine as the wish-granting arcade game that made a teenager magically turn into an adult.
But unlike in the 80s film, this machine doesn't grant wishes – unless a boxed Donald Trump is your idea of a dream come true.
Instead, the machine features the GOP nominee stating extreme versions of his already controversial political views, with the figure boasting glowing read eyes and tiny hands – a nod to an insult flung at Trump by Marco Rubio during primary season.
On the side of the machine are the words: mysterious, terrifying, barely coherent.
The machine appears to be linked to a Twitter account called All Seeing Trump, which has released several tweets today about the machine mocking the GOP nominee.
The 'fortune telling' arcade has already popped up in Brooklyn after starting its tour of the city outside Trump Towers, and is believed to be making appearances at several different locations.
"Look into my crystal ball and see America's future," Gothamist reported the machine as saying. "I see a huge investment into a modern, high speed rail system. Very advanced, very fast. And we're going to use it to deport 11 million illegal Mexicans.
"And by the way, I love the Mexican people. I love their spirit, I love their spirit. And I love packing them onto trains like cattle. And I build the best deportation trains, believe me. My trains are so much better."
It is not known whether Trump has seen his fortune-predicting likeness and has not passed comment on the machine.