A UFO investigator believes he's caught on camera the moment when a flying saucer full of aliens photobombed an airshow.
By all accounts, the Torbay Airshow in Devon is a fun time for all the family as long as you're really into planes, and even if you aren't, it's likely still a grand day out.
However, it may not just be humans who enjoy a good aircraft-themed day out, as one man believes a display from the Red Arrows at the show had intergalactic spectators.
John Mooner is a UFO investigator who went to the airshow last week and took pictures of his day, including of the Red Arrows display where elite pilots show off their skills with some lovely formation flying.
Taking plenty of pictures of the planes as they soared across the sky above him, John kept seeing what looked like a small black object hovering nearby and he believes aliens photobombed his pictures.
John said he kept seeing the object in his pictures and each time his camera snapped the Red Arrows he kept seeing this suspicious spot.
He said: "I went to the airshow was to see if I could capture any anomalous objects near the aircraft.
“I had been capturing them all week near several aircraft above my hometown. I was extremely happy to be at the airshow and see all the aircraft."
"Then I saw them with my own eyes as they made several passes by the Red Arrows. Because they made several passes, each time I was able to capture them in several photographs."
While he caught it on camera several times John, who claims he's been abducted by aliens before, believes it was travelling at about '1,000 mph'.
He's certain that the UFO hanging around near the airshow was 'a non human controlled probe', meaning aliens were behind it.
John's not the only one who thinks aliens put in an appearance at the airshow.
Emma Smith was also in attendance and says her own photos also caught the alleged UFO on camera, saying she was looking back through her pictures when she saw the 'black speck fairly close to the aircraft'.
"I zoomed in and couldn't quite believe what I was seeing," she said of the potential alien sighting.
“It was the shape of a spinning top and definitely was not a spec on my lens. I only have an iPhone but the zoom capacity is fairly decent."
“I'm just gutted that my 'live' photos were turned off so I can't see any movement of the object. I took a number of pictures in a burst but the object only appeared in one. I honestly don't believe in all this UFO stuff but this is hard to explain."