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VIDEO: Russell Crowe: 'I've Spotted Aliens'

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Published at 6:00am 7th March 2013. (Updated at 7:07am 8th March 2013)

Russell Crowe thinks he may have seen aliens in ths skies above Sydney.

He has posted a YouTube clip of a timelapse video which shows a floating light.

The Aussie actor had originally been trying to capture footage of fruit bats, which may be only slightly more bizarre.

The feedback from the discovery has not been overwhelmingly positive.
 
In response to the suggestion that it was the reflection of the camera flash in the window he replied: "Canon 5D, No Flash, can't be a lense flare because it moves , camera is fixed[SIC]"
 
One person, who misunderstood what they were being shown asked the star to post the photos.
 
He replied: "That is the original photo's you egg beater."
 
Another tweet read: "Are they back to pick you up?"
 
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