Strange-shaped UFO clouds gathered over the skies of Cape Town, South Africa on Sunday.
With more and more UFO sightings reported around the world, the people of South Africa’s capital could easily have mistaken the strange looking clouds for an imminent alien invasion.
But it turned out that the clouds masquerading as UFO’s were not harboring any alien crafts within them, they were only water droplets condensed into the shape of lenticular clouds; so we’re told.
LBC Radio reports:
The lenticular clouds appeared over the South African city late on Sunday afternoon and photographer Kyle Mijlof was among those capturing the scene, which he described as “unbelievable”.
Mr Mijlof told Sky News the clouds started forming over Table Mountain – about five miles from the city – at around 3pm and his picture was taken three hours later as the formation peaked.
He added: “Honestly, the whole skyline that day was unbelievable and a bit of an eerie stillness in the air.
“I was on my scooter at the time, driving along Signal Hill back home to Camps Bay, I stopped to get this quick shot – I still had my helmet on.”
Mr Mijlof said he has seen similar clouds during his travels elsewhere in the world but not in Cape Town.
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