Russell Crowe UFO: Did 'Gladiator' Actor Actually Record Flying Object? You Decide [VIDEO]

By Jason Van Hoven on March 7, 2013 11:56 AM EST

Russell Crowe
Russell Crowe has become a part of the UFO craze with his latest claim of seeing a UFO outside his office in Australia. (Photo: Creative Commons / Creative Commons)

Actor Russell Crowe spotted a UFO and he took to Twitter to tell millions of people about it on Wednesday.

The "Gladiator" actor claimed to have recorded a UFO in Australia flying over Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens outside his office in the suburb Woolloomooloo earlier this week and sent his more than 800,000 followers a link to the YouTube video, titled "UFO? Time Lapse Photos Outside RC's Woolloomooloo Office (THESE ARE REAL!),"which shows oddly shaped lights apparently hovering over the gardens.

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The Russell Crowe "video" is actually comprised of unedited time-lapse photos stitched together that capture a red rectangle that streaked across the sky. Crowe's Twitter followers responded with skepticism, to which Crowe replied via Twitter:

Crowe seems pretty convinced that he saw a UFO, but are you buying it? Watch the Russell Crowe UFO "video" and sound off below!

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