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During a thunderstorm in Itaquaquecetuba, State of São Paulo, Brazil, a black triangle UFO getting struck by lightning and becomes visible in the center of the lightning bolt before disappearing again. 

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At the same time, a second black object can be seen above the lightning bolt. 

It is said that UFOs are using lightning strikes to recharge their batteries  
source: www.mufon.com

 

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