Stop the fucking clocks, LADs, somebody has only gone and spotted a dragon. Or a skeleton of a dragon, at least. I've had a look at the footage and I'm going to be honest, I'm convinced. Totally and utterly convinced.

So be prepared to be blown away:

Credit: Asia Wire

Residents of a Chinese village claim to have discovered the remains with the video receiving over 10 million views in the country.

The lengthy skeleton measures at least 60 feet and appeared to convince the locals in Zhangjiakou, in China's northern Hebei Province.

And to be honest whether it's bullshit or not, one of the things I rate most is that the guy recording the footage is also having a cig as he films.

No fucks given. I imagine him like Don Draper - drags of his smokes, swigs out of a tumbler of whisky - all whilst he's filming the body of a mythological creature.

The scene shows dozens of villagers surrounding the suspected dragon remains, which start with a large skull, two tiny arms and then extend further along the grass.

Credit: Asia Wire

Unlike dragons depicted in Western mythology, traditional Chinese dragons have no wings and fly by 'swimming' through the air much like how snakes slither along the ground.

Sadly users on Chinese social media said the skeleton was probably placed their intentionally, perhaps as a prop for a movie. Local police have yet to comment on the issue, although they could be in on the MSM conspiracy to keep the existence of dragons hush hush.

If that doesn't convince you then last year a dragon was apparently spotted in the skies above china.

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Credits: Apex TV

Many commenters believe it was legit.

Sef Shah said: "This is a real dragon."

Langa Thwala also chipped in: "It is a dragon."

So, maybe?


Featured Image Credit: HBO/Game of Thrones

James Dawson

James Dawson is a Journalist at LADbible. He has contributed articles to LADbible’s ‘Knowing Me, Knowing EU’ series on the EU referendum, the 'Electoral Dysfunction' series on the 2017 general election, the ‘U OK M8?’ series tackling mental health amongst young men, and for its ‘Climate Change’ initiative in partnership with National Geographic.

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