John Chen took a trip to the famous Lake Dian in southwest China and caught something on camera that he didn't expect. The Taiwanese businessman somehow caught a weird doughnut-shaped UFO on one of his pictures and had to figure out why it happened or what it really was. This was unexpected, so you can imagine how he felt when he got home and saw the weird picture.

After attending a trade show in the Yunan province, he took a bit of sight-seeing. After completing the trip, he came home. While going through the pictures he snapped on his trip with his sister-in-law, they noticed something very strange. After further observation, they were stunned by what they saw.

The 44-year-old Taiwanese man had snapped a picture of Lake Dian and in the image was a doughnut-shaped UFO floating above the lake. Mr Chen mentioned that he initially did not notice the ring-shaped UFO while snapping the picture.

He said, “The strange thing is I didn't see it at the time. It was my wife's sister who spotted them. She said there was something in the pictures and I just thought she was joking." The so-called UFO is seen to be a circular object with ridged edges and a hole in the centre.

Chen took the help of a leading UFO researcher in the UK called Phillip Mantle to further verify the object in the image. Even though Mr Mantle could not ascertain exactly what the object was, he did say that it was an ‘open verdict’.

Mantle had initially doubted the legitimacy of the images but concluded that there was no proof that it was a hoax. He said ‘What I can say is that the photographer in question here has always cooperated and seems to be genuinely puzzled by the images on his photos.

He did not see the alleged UFO at the time of taking the photos. Instead, it was a relative that noticed them when he posted them on social media.’

Following that Mr Chen decided to cross-verify the images captured by his colleagues who were present on the trip. Strangely, none of them had any such images. Ultimately, the matter still remains an open case and until conclusive investigations have been undertaken it is difficult to comment otherwise.

There have been many such cases of UFOs being reported in China, USA, Australia and many other countries around the world.

Earlier in the year, glowing lights found floating in the sky were spotted in France, Australia and China. Private footage recorded near Paris shows bright lights in the sky and a ‘cigar-shaped flashing object.

It should be noted that a similar incident was recorded in China seven years back. But with no conclusive proof either denying or confirming that it’s a UFO, it still remains an open case.

We must wonder what's really going on. Was it a UFO, strange glitch, or something placed there by photo manipulation?

Source: dailymail, mirror, be