Unidentified flying objects were spotted near the flight path of a passenger jet over Bondi Beach in Australia.
Dan Toomey captured photos of the pair of objects flying either side of a Virgin passenger jet as he was taking photos of storm clouds gathering off Sydney’s coast, the Daily Mail reported.
Toomey believes they are UFOs.
“When I was taking photos I saw nothing unusual other than a new storm,” he said.
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“I uploaded the photos only minutes later on my laptop and I zoomed in and said ‘What is this?’”
The photo is part of a series of photographs showing a saucer-like and cigar-shaped object flying either side of a Virgin Blue plane.
“I tried to experiment to determine whether or not any insects or birds could have produced similar results, which is impossible – I’ve consulted with other photographers,” he said.
“The photographs are authentic and they are objects that cannot be claimed.
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“If you invert the photo to a negative, the plane appears white as a solid object and so do the other objects.”
This isn’t the first time Toomey has spotted an unidentified object, seeing them with his own eyes but rarely captured them on film.
“It always pays to have a camera handy,” the 38-year-old said.
The photos were taken in 2009, but with the unexplained disappearance of the Malaysian Airlines flight, he couldn’t keep them to himself any longer.
“There's a big a question mark next to that plane and a lot of conspiracies surrounding what happened,” Toomey said.
“Maybe it's the right time for the world to know and that these things are real.”
The search for flight MH370, which disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, continues off the coast of Australia in the southern Indian Ocean as an underwater drone re-started scouring the seabed for the plane, Mirror.co.uk reported.