A photograph taken by a man in Marsaxlokk, Malta has been making the rounds on the internet and raising eyebrows as it goes. The image, which was supposedly taken by an anonymous police officer, shows an odd grey streak stretching across the sky, as if it were an object photographed in motion.
The photo was taken on March 19th around 6pm and has opened the door for some interesting debate. Not much more is known about the photo or the officer who supposedly snapped the image.
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