Alien In China Captured? Chinese Man Leaks Shocking Image Of Alien Life Form In Freezer [PHOTO LINK]

By Staff Reporter on June 10, 2013 3:47 PM EDT

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Li of the Binzhou Shangdong province claimed that he has kept an alien life form inside his freezer. Learn more about the "Alien" in China. (Photo: Google Map)

A photo of an alien in China stirred Chinese microblogs today. A Chinese man named Li is the alleged discoverer of an alien in the Binzhou Shangdong province.

According to Li, the body was discovered in late March following reports of an UFO over the Yellow River. Li claimed that he pursued five floating lights in the sky until the lights allegedly led him to the electrocuted body of an extraterrestrial life form. Li said the intelligent alien life form unintelligently stepped into an electric rabbit trap he had previously set up.

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Finally, Li claimed to have taken the body of the electrocuted alien and brought it back to a freezer at his home. As the pictures would suggest, the freezer is conveniently sized and designed to display the alien body.

If Mr. Li’s story sounds bogus, that’s because it is.

Chinese authorities quickly intervened on Weibo, posting a quick statement to assure readers that the alien corpse is in fact nothing more than a convincing rubber mold.

"The alien purported electrocuted and discovered by a man in Binzhou is a high quality imitation," the Jinan Police posted on their Sina Weibo microblog. "The body is made up of high quality rubber."

Despite the desperate attempts by authorities to end rumors and conspiracy theories involving aliens, Internet readers continue to share Li’s images of the frozen alien and link its existence to the claimed UFA siting over Hubei.

To learn more, be sure to visit Shanghaiist to see the curious images of the alien.

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