Watch: UFO filmed hiding in the clouds over the Philippines

A TERRIFYING video has had tongues wagging online after appearing to capture the moment a UFO descends on Earth.

Man films car journey on holiday in Philippines – terrified when THIS appears in sky

A clip filmed by a man holidaying in the Philippines has sent viewers into meltdown after appearing to show a UFO hovering mere metres above tourists’ heads.

The unnamed man sent his footage into a popular YouTube channel that regularly examines strange alien-related occurrences.

Ufologists who watch the footage, believe the object could be an indication of extra-terrestrial life using the cloud to camouflage itself.

“The viewer said he was on vacation in the Philippines and he was going down the road when he noticed this really strange box shaped object,” UFO expert SecureTeam 10 claimed in its latest YouTube video.

“It looked to be sitting in a cloud, almost as if it was using the cloud for camouflage.

“He said it was dark coloured, it looked pretty big and the shape never changed.”

After editing the contrast on the footage to make it appear more visible, SecureTeam 10’s presenter Tyler went on to say: “You can see exactly what he was talking about and just like he said – a strange box shaped cloud.”

“It’s almost like something pretending to be a cloud.”

While some viewers were shocked by the claims, others seemed unconvinced.

“It looks pretty scary, but that could just be the top of a mountain or something poking through the clouds,” one viewer said.

The shocking clip comes just days after a similar sighting above a beach in China.

Terrified onlookers ran for cover after spotting a bizarre black object appearing in the sky before disappearing into the clouds.

The clip quickly went viral – leading to rife speculation about the UFO.

But disappointingly for alien hunters, a spokesperson from a local playground later confirmed the object was a flame effect from a show organised for the public.

Another commented: “But it definitely is not a cloud so what the hell is that?”

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