Who says UFOs have to be large metal-shaped flying saucers that intermittently flash fluorescent green? Not Hector Garcia, who made his YouTube debut by posting a video of a weird, jelly-like cloud floating through the air.
Watching the object from afar, you would be forgiven for thinking that this is just another cloud.
However, as Garcia pans the camera to follow its speedy descent towards the row of houses it quickly becomes apparent that this is not comparable to anything we've seen before, which must mean that it is a UFO (obviously).
While we are just as excited as the next person by an anomaly in the sky, we would, in the name of scientific reason, like to attempt to identify Garcia's UFO.
So, here's a list that is by no means comprehensive:
- A thin bin bag.
- Soap suds.
- Airborne waste from a nearby factory.
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