Well, I was searching for a story to kick off the weekend, and the best I could come up with was an alleged Loch Ness Monster sighting… in a lake…. in Jiaozhou City, China.
Seems totally believable to me.
The first-ever long-distance Loch Ness Monster sighting has been reported from China. Weiming Jiang spotted Nessie from 5,300 miles away in Jiaozhou City after he spotted the beast via a webcam.
Recorder of the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register, Gary Campbell said: “She saw a black dot, then two, very close to the shore.
“They moved on the water for six minutes. It is the first accepted sighting we have had from China but just shows you can see Nessie from anywhere in the world.”
Settle down, Gary. If you watch the video at the link, it certainly seems like something is moving across the lake. That said, it could be anything; a shark, a large fish, or just Diego going for a leisurely swim.
Actually, that last guess is inaccurate. Diego doesn’t swim… he floats.