A pilot believes he has seen an entire fleet of UFOs flying over the sea – after he spotted a series of ‘weird’ lights that seem to move and rotate.

The man managed to capture a few seconds of video footage, and in the clip you can see three rows of lights – some with four dots and some with three.

At one point, the highest dot fades and is replaced by another lower down, then eventually they all seem to disappear from view.

The pilot said he was flying over the Pacific Ocean at the time, and he had no idea what the lights could be – other than a fleet of UFOs flying in formation.

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In the video, the pilot can be heard saying: “I do not know what that is. That is some weird s**t. That is something flying.”

The pilot then shared the clip, which was filmed at 39,000ft, on social media and followers praised it as the best UFO clip they had seen.

But some weren’t so sure, and pointed out that the lights could be anti-missile flares shot from a warship – but whatever they are currently remains a mystery.

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Meanwhile, a man was shocked after his doorbell camera filmed a ‘triangular UFO ‘ flying over his home – and the footage shows a trio of lights moving slowly across the sky.

Matt Doughty, 43, was watching TV with his friend Kevin Barritt last month when his phone pinged with a notification from his smart doorbell, warning something was outside his front door.

He then played the captured footage and was amazed as he watched the eerie scene unfold, with an unidentified flying object gliding through the sky with three bright lights beaming through the darkness.

Logistics manager Matt then called his aviation buff dad who checked an online flight tracker and claimed there was ‘no plane traffic’ in the sky at all – leaving him to question if it could be extraterrestrial life.

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