Man claims he has PROOF there are UFOs flying round on the Gold Coast after a mysterious ‘car-sized object’ hit his drone
- George Csere claims his drone was ‘struck’ by a big object on the Gold Coast
- Incident was in January final 12 months, with Mr Csere importing his expertise on-line
- His You Tube video was met with scepticism, with most believing drone hit a chook
A drone proprietor has claimed he has proof aliens reside amongst us in Australia.
George Csere was flying his drone subsequent to bushland in Nerang on the Gold Coast in January final 12 months when he claims its flight path was ‘struck’ by an unknown massive object.
After comprehensively reviewing the footage, Csere got here to the realisation his drone, a DJI Mavic Professional, had a detailed encounter with what he believes was a UFO.
‘The drone was simply above my head and I heard this massive bang, as if it had hit a wall,’ he informed news.com.au.
‘I checked the video and located the spherical object flying away.’
The bushland in Nerang on the Gold Coast (pictured) the place George Csere believes his drone was struck by a UFO
After comprehensively reviewing the footage, Csere got here to the realisation his drone, a DJI Mavic Professional, (pictured) had a detailed encounter with what he believes was a UFO
Csere posted a video on You Tube in August 2020 following his discover – which was met with loads of skepticism on-line.
He defined within the video – which has had over 5000 views – ‘one thing unusual occurred’ when he was flying his drone at nearly 100m in sports activities mode.
‘Going again via the video, a car-sized object could be seen,’ he stated.
‘Twenty seconds after this object was seen, an impression happens with the drone. This was extremely loud.
‘Throughout the fall there was two frames the place the drone caught one thing curious. A spherical object could be seen leaving at a quick tempo.’
The bulk of people that weighed into the dialogue on Csere’s You Tube video have been adamant the drone bumped into the trail of a chook.
Some sided with Cesre, with one believer stating he was ‘on to one thing.’
Based on Dr Roger Stankovic, the Australia and New Zealand director of the Mutual UFO Community, a US organisation that researches UFO sightings, stated in about 5 to 10 per cent of sightings consultants are ‘unable to work out what they’re seeing.’
Australia’s most notorious UFO sighting was in 1966 in Melbourne’s south-east.
College students at Westall Excessive Faculty in Clayton have been on a subject journey once they detected an unknown object within the autumn sky.
Over 200 individuals reportedly witnessed the occasion, stated to have been two saucers hovering above the varsity yard’s timber, which then landed in a close-by paddock.
The UFO then reportedly shot again into the ether a few minutes later, leaving no ‘proof’ of its go to.