Drone flyer claims he has proof there are UFOs flying around his suburb on the Gold Coast

A drone owner has claimed he has proof aliens are living among us in Australia.

George Csere was flying his drone next to bushland in Nerang on the Gold Coast in January last year when he claims its flight path was ‘struck’ by an unknown large object.

After comprehensively reviewing the footage, Csere came to the realisation his drone, a DJI Mavic Pro, had a close encounter with what he believes was a UFO.

‘The drone was just above my head and I heard this big bang, as though it had hit a wall,’ he told news.com.au. 

‘I checked the video and found the round object flying away.’

The bushland in Nerang on the Gold Coast (pictured) where George Csere believes his drone was struck by a UFO

The bushland in Nerang on the Gold Coast (pictured) where George Csere believes his drone was struck by a UFO

The bushland in Nerang on the Gold Coast (pictured) where George Csere believes his drone was struck by a UFO

After comprehensively reviewing the footage, Csere came to the realisation his drone, a DJI Mavic Pro, (pictured) had a close encounter with what he believes was a UFO

After comprehensively reviewing the footage, Csere came to the realisation his drone, a DJI Mavic Pro, (pictured) had a close encounter with what he believes was a UFO

After comprehensively reviewing the footage, Csere came to the realisation his drone, a DJI Mavic Pro, (pictured) had a close encounter with what he believes was a UFO

Csere posted a video on You Tube in August 2020 following his find – which was met with plenty of skepticism online.

He explained in the video – which has had over 5000 views – ‘something strange happened’ when he was flying his drone at almost 100m in sports mode.

‘Going back through the video, a car-sized object can be seen,’ he said. 

‘Twenty seconds after this object was seen, an impact occurs with the drone. This was incredibly loud.

‘During the fall there was two frames where the drone caught something curious. A round object can be seen leaving at a fast pace.’

The majority of people who weighed into the discussion on Csere’s You Tube video were adamant the drone ran into the path of a bird.

Some sided with Cesre, with one believer stating he was ‘on to something.’

According to Dr Roger Stankovic, the Australia and New Zealand director of the Mutual UFO Network, a US organisation that researches UFO sightings, said in about 5 to 10 per cent of sightings experts are ‘unable to work out what they are seeing.’

Australia’s most infamous UFO sighting was in 1966 in Melbourne’s south-east.

Students at Westall High School in Clayton were on a field trip when they detected an unknown object in the autumn sky. 

Over 200 people reportedly witnessed the event, said to have been two saucers hovering above the school yard’s trees, which then landed in a nearby paddock. 

The UFO then reportedly shot back into the ether a couple of minutes later, leaving no ‘evidence’ of its visit.

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