The Air France flight that disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean after it flew out of Rio de Janeiro on Sunday, may have been abducted by aliens, it has been reported.
After leaving Rio, flight AF447 vanished into thin air "somewhere over the sea between France and Brazil", and a search by rescuers has so far proved fruitless.
Investigators say that there is absolutely "no trace" of the plane, and are considering the possibility of 'alien intervention'.
The plane, which was en route from Brazil to Paris, had 12 crew and 216 passengers on board, of which there were 61 French, 58 Brazilians, 26 Germans, nine Chinese, nine Italians, six Swiss, five Britons, five Lebanese, four Hungarians, three Irish, three Norwegians and two Slovaks. The origins of the remaining 'passenger' are unknown, and he may have been an 'alien infiltrator'.
This 'passenger' sat in seat 15A, and, according to a recording of a radio message received just before the plane lost contact, started to float above his seat whilst making strange alien-like sounds. Shortly after, the aircraft disappeared without trace.
One rescuer raised his eyes slowly towards the heavens, and said pensively:
"We may be looking in the wrong place."