Crashed UFO in Colombia actually belongs to Google

Farmers in Colombia's Tolima provence were freaked out by a UFO that crashed in a field on Sunday. "It was smoking and a strange liquid was leaking it," said one resident.

Police eventually identified the wreckage as an Internet balloon from X, Alphabet (Google)'s R&D company. X's Project Loon is "designed to extend Internet connectivity to people in rural and remote areas worldwide."

"We all thought it was a UFO or the remains of a space craft," locals were quoted as saying in El Tiempo newspaper.


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  1. Crashed UFO in Colombia actually belongs to Google

    Doesn't everything belong to Google now?

  2. Yri says:

    Aha! Proof that Google is run by space aliens. After all, who else would own a UFO?

  3. Well, until it was identified it was U and O, not so sure about the F part.

  4. renke says:


    very suspicious. what is Google hiding?!?

  5. If the wife sees that she will likely have a t-shirt made for me...
    Her version of this:

    Edit: I'm assuming that they hid "mostly" under the tape

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