Scientology Will Try To Recruit Russell Crowe In 3..2…

March 6, 2013 / Posted by:

Today’s edition of “Things You See When You’re High On Drugs” is brought to you by Russell Crowe’s UFO sighting. Russell Crowe and his friend set up a camera at his office in a suburb outside of Sydney called Woolloomooloo, because they wanted to get pictures of fruit bats flying out of the botanical gardens. When Russell and his friend looked at the pictures, they saw something that’ll make  John Travolta and the other alien-loving queens at Scientology cream out their weight in panty pudding. Russell and his friend swear on the bong they smoked from that what they saw is a UFO.

It looks like a flare from a lens to me, but after Russell Crowe shared this on Twitter and some of his followers said the same thing, he set us all straight (well, even Shauna Sand’s precious pearl of a pussy couldn’t make me straight, but you know what I’m trying to say).

UFO? Time Lapse Photos Outside RC’s Woolloomooloo Office (THESE ARE REAL!)

Canon 5D, No Flash, can’t be a lense flare because it moves , camera is fixed

It’s not a video it is 3 time lapse photo’s taken in 4.5 seconds

I will grant you at the time the music wasn’t playing, also, yes, we have pushed in on the frame..this is 3 photo’s in order, nothing added

Either this is a viral ad for Canon and Russell is their new spokesdude or Russell can’t handle his booze, because he mistakes tail lights for flying macaroons (it kind of looks like a glowing macaroon, right?) when he gets drunk. But in Russell’s defense, if I was an alien, the first place on Earth I’d visit would be a place called Woolloomooloo.

via Buzzfeed

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