London, Jan 27 (ANI): Just a day after it was claimed that the RAF has tried shooting down suspected UFOs as part of a Government directive, a new sighting has been reported.
Boozers at a pub close to RAF Linton-on-Ouse, where Prince William did some of his flying training, were left stunned when they rushed out to see four UFOs overhead.
Keith Gelderd, owner of the pub, and his customers watched in amazement as the glowing, spherical shapes floated silently in the night sky - and were then plunged into darkness when the power mysteriously cut out.
"If I live to be 100 I'm sure I will never see anything like it again. At first there were two spheres hovering in the distance. When they started to move they made no sound," the Sun quoted Gelderd, as saying.
"There were seven or eight of us watching. As they moved towards us two more appeared.
"They were all in a line, then one moved 180 degrees around the one next to it. As they left all the electricity went off and you could hear alarms. Then it came back on again.
"None of us was drunk. What were they? Flying saucers?" Gelderd added.
Bricklayer Jason Mitchinson, spotted the UFOs first outside the Lord Nelson in the village of Nether Poppleton, near York.
"It was the strangest thing I've seen. They were an orange flame colour with an outer ring that glowed," he said.
"They just cruised along. They stopped over the pub, then headed for Scarborough. When they turned it was tight, at 90 degrees, not like a plane," he added.
However, the base, where Wills did his flying training, said it had no aircraft flying that night and saw nothing as its radar was turned off. Police had no other reports. (ANI)