Moment student captures ‘large UFO’ hovering over Devon seafront at night ‘for ten seconds’

A student was left shocked after photographing a large UFO hovering ‘for ten seconds’ over the Devon seafront.

Matthew Evans, 36, spotted the bright unidentified object while peeping out of his top-floor flat window last week.

Photographs show four bright lights in a triangular-shaped formation lingering in the night’s sky.

This is the moment student captures large UFO hovering ‘for ten seconds’ over Devon

Photographs show four bright lights in a triangular-shaped formation lingering in the sky

The mature student managed to whip out his phone to take a picture but within seconds the suspect object whizzed off into the distance.

Matthew, from Tidmouth, Devon, said: ‘I couldn’t help but see it.

‘My kitchen window gives a great view of the sea so when it came across the horizon.

‘It wasn’t moving like a plane would.

‘It was moving a lot slower and went up and down for a bit before hovering a good ten seconds.

‘It stayed in one spot long enough for me to pull out my phone and get those snaps.

‘Then it quickly zoomed off at some speed and I couldn’t see it anymore.

The mature student managed to whip out his phone to take a picture but within seconds the suspect object whizzed off into the distance

‘The light was really bright.

‘I just didn’t know what it could be so I decided to take a picture.

‘I’m not quite losing my marbles yet.

‘But it’s hard to place it so I suppose it is an unidentified flying object.’

Moment student captures ‘large UFO’ hovering over Devon seafront at night ‘for ten seconds’

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