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Car Accident Caused by UFO…?

First it was the guy who claimed a ghost was responsible for stolen items appearing in his basement, then the dude who said that a ghost beat his wife, now it’s this. Two men in Australia are saying that their car accident happened as a direct result of chasing a UFO. Is there a checkbox for “chasing UFOs” on the insurance claim? So, they were driving around in the woods, crashed their car, and claimed to be chasing aliens. Surely they must’ve been completely clean and sober to make such astounding claims, right? Let’s read and find out…

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australian car crash caused by UFO

My artistic rendition of what the entire scene must’ve looked like.

Two men, who walked away from a car crash on the back roads around Wivenhoe Dam, claimed to be chasing an alien space craft when found by police.

Police and the driver’s insurance company received several sketchy phone calls from the men, who appeared to be convinced “something paranormal” caused the crash west of Brisbane.

Police received the first call from the men at 2.25am Friday, saying they had been in an accident at Split Yard Creek and asked for the RAAF to attend.

The men continued to “freak out” in series of calls, in one instance telling RACQ Insurance they were about to disappear and referred to the area as the Bermuda Triangle, according to police.

When police arrived and discovered the men armed with knives about 4.10am, the car’s driver was breath-tested and was allegedly over the limit so was and given a notice to appear in court.

Oh. Guess not.
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