Odds slashed on contact with aliens being confirmed by UK officials this year

The odds on UK officials confirming contact with aliens by the end of the year have been slashed by a leading bookmaker.

For the last seven days, a series of balloons from China – thought to be spy balloons – have plagued the US and Canada.

US officials have since confirmed that the identities of four of the objects were officially classed as “unidentified flying objects”.

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And while it was thought that the balloons have been spotted over five continents, leaders in the UK are sufficiently worried enough that a review of their own is being launched.

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said last week: “Is it the case that a Chinese satellite has probably circled Britain and looked at us? I should think yes.”

And on Sunday (February 12) he added: “The UK and her allies will review what these airspace intrusions mean for our security.”

One of the objects in the use was shot down using a missile from a F-16 fighter jet on Sunday – and this has caused bookmakers to bow to public demand and release their odds on the existence of aliens.

The mysterious object was shot down over the Great Lakes after being detected in US airspace and with the Pentagon issuing a statement saying its path and altitude had “raised concerns”, there are now plenty of people who think we are not alone.

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And BoyleSports has cut the price of contact with an alien space ship being confirmed by the National Aviation Authority before January 1, 2024, to just 50/1.

A spokesman for odds analysis and data platform What Are The Odds, Mark Round told the Daily Star: “Its that age old question – are there Aliens out there?

“For years people have claimed to have seen little green men, or been convinced they’ve seen a flying saucer hovering over their neighbours garden.

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“More often than not these sightings have been confirmed to be nothing more than pigeons or a swooping starling on the hunt for supper, but it seems this time even the bookies may know something which we don’t"

“The Sunday incident followed two other crafts discovered and destroyed over Alaska and Canada on Friday and Saturday which has only heightened interest in unexplained objects in our skies.

“The UFO buzz has certainly hit the UK and bookmakers have responded by taking a flurry of bets in the last 24 hours.”

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