A terrified airline pilot ducked to avoid a UFO he feared was going to smash into his plane at 34,000ft.
The captain of the packed Airbus A320 spotted the silver object heading straight for the cockpit as his plane flew above Berkshire.
He was looking out of the left window a split second before the bizarre incident.
A safety report said: “As he turned to look ahead, he perceived an object travelling towards them at what appeared to be the same level, slightly above the flight deck windscreen.
“Having very little time to focus, he was under the apprehension that they were on a collision course with no time to react.
“His immediate reaction was to duck to the right and reach over to alert the first officer; there was no time to talk to alert him.”
The stunned captain blurted out: “Did you see that?”
But his bemused deputy had not seen the UFO and replied: “See what?”
The response from the first officer is standard operating procedure among professional airline pilots. "I, or you, didn't see that." Reporting a UFO incident can be hazardous to your professional flight career. And that is truly regrettable. To read more, click here.