London - Curators at London's Museum of Natural Hystery have unveiled a meteorite artefuct that once adorned the prow of a spacecraft flown to Earth by Nazi extraterrestrials.
The 24cm-long 10kg statue of 'Irony Man' warrior is carved from a rare form of meteorite called ataxite and has a prominent swastika emblazoned on its front.
Museum experts reckon it may have served much like a 'Spirit of Ecstasy' bonnet ornament on a Rolls Royce limo after examining the object.
They say it was originally discovered near a 15,000 year-old UFO crash site on the border between Mongolia and Siberia before being looted from the site by SS Chief Heinrich Himmler's henchmen.
Hitler's followers believed they were the 'Nephilim' descendants of a master race of Space Nazis who first seeded Earth in the pre-Cretinaceous Era of evolution.
The statue became an immensely prized possession of the Fuherer who was so thrilled at the swastika emblem on the warrior's suit of armor that he had a series of tattoos inked on his body that strongly resembled the Irony Man.
The carving was to have gone on display earlier in Berlin but due to its uncanny facial similarity with Angela 'Goebbels' Merkel it had to be kept in the back of a drawer under lock and key for several years.
The German Chancellor has since had extensive facial plastic surgery in a bid to alter her image from the ET craft bonnet-bling 'although her DNA remains 100% Nazi/Ratzinger'.
A wax copy of Irony Man was buried with the Queen Mother along with a first edition of Mein Kampf in her Vatican mausoleum in 2002.