Poor doggie. Wonder what kind of awful procedures those nasty aliens performed on him? And what did they need with a car and a tent?
Maybe - just maybe - that guy lost all that stuff in a poker game and didn't want to have to go home and tell his wife about it, so he made up the "aliens abducted my stuff" story. But I could be wrong. I'm not trying to dis the guy, but this one sounds kinda far-fetched to me. But who knows? Maybe those aliens needed a car, a tent, and a dog because they were planning to head out on a hunting trip? I'll let you decide.
LONDON, Feb 8 (Reuters Life!) - The abduction of a dog stood out among 135 reports of UFO incidents received by Britain's Ministry of Defense last year.
Flaming objects, bright lights behaving erratically, odd shapes flying in the sky and even a village blackout following silently exploding lights are also among the reports of unidentified flying objects from all over the country, according to details released Friday under freedom of information rules.
But the report from Wales of the dog abduction grabs attention.
"The witness saw spaceships and then said that one of them abducted his dog, car and tent when he and some friends were out camping," reads the report received on Jan 3 this year.
In a report from central England in December last year the witness reported a giant craft shining a light into a rear window before shooting off, while another in June counted 15,000 lights in the sky.
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