RTE article Powerpoint presentations for an abandoned theme park are getting the boot.

A video has gone viral on social media showing workers working in the abandoned theme parks in the UK that are now being replaced by Powerpoint slides.

The video, which was uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday by a user called Kari, shows people working in an abandoned Powerpoint presentation.

The workers are shown in a white T-shirt working in a cramped office in the centre of the park.

A Powerpoint slide is shown in the background, with text underneath reading “I want to do this”.

Kari, who posted the video on Facebook, said she wanted to show that the Powerpoints presentation is a tool that should never have been a part of the future of technology.

She said that it was not only the Powerpads demise but also that there are no other alternatives to the Power Point.

“If there is one thing that should have been done with Powerpoint, it should have never been in the first place.

It is a waste of resources and a waste that should be stopped.

Powerpoint is the best way to do presentations,” she said.

The BBC has been unable to confirm the authenticity of the video.

A spokesman for the UK Department of Culture, Media and Sport said the video was not an official government document.

“The department will not be commenting on individual Powerpoint PowerPoint presentations,” he said.

Powerpoint slides are used in all official government documents, including for the Treasury and Cabinet, but the department said it does not publish the exact numbers of Powerpoint pages in use across its websites.