Three fast-moving white dots seen in London. Credit: YouTube screenshot
Believe it, or not, unidentified flying objects have appeared among the clouds over a BBC building in West London, a video has shown.
The film, which shows bright disc-shaped objects dashing through the blue skies over central London, has been posted on YouTube. The network users insist the video, which was shot in West London, shows not just any UFOS, but 'a mothership and its fleet' zipping around in the clouds.
The footage was filmed near the BBC Radio 1 building in Great Portland Street, and shows specks of white light flying at high altitude over the capital.
A larger object then emerges from behind a cloud before vanishing moments later.
The YouTube user who posted the clip online wrote: "Right - took over a week to get it ... but finally managed to get these critters on camera on a clear day, and even get a close-up.
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"It seems to be attracting quite a crowd now when they appear. Can anyone explain what on earth these lights are please?
In the video, the cameraman runs towards the corner of Bolsover Street and Clipstone Street where two other men are already standing, staring at the sky, with one of them using a mobile phone camera.
As the camera is pointed upwards, over the BBC's Yalding House, three white dots flash across the sky at great speed in a triangle formation; they are very quickly followed by two similar sized white dots.
The footage also show two people who had stopped to watch events unfold above them, on the opposite side of the road.
Then one larger, bright and slower moving disc-shaped white object appears, circles around briefly and zips off.
By this time the video shows a larger a crowd have gathered on the street corner to observe and a man's voice is heard off camera saying the word 'UFO'.
The video was originally uploaded to YouTube by 31-year-old user alymc01, but it has been more widely circulated by a user called EllasVirgo, who on his YouTube profile describes himself as a farmer from Australia.
While many have already called the video a hoax, it would be funny to think that maybe the spaceship's occupiers chose to fly around the BBC building to try to broadcast a message to us.
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