Chinese state media Twitter account goes on UFO rant

By James Griffiths, May 16, 2014

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If you thought the best thing the official Twitter account of the People's Daily did was when it went after Relevant Organs, you'd be wrong: the account spent almost an hour today posting nonsensical tweets about UFOs. 

Now, of course it's entirely possible that UFOs did in fact crash to the ground in China on a Friday afternoon, in which case we should hail People's Daily as a valiant truth teller. 

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