Loch Ness monster appears to have moved to England!
Following suit to Scotland’s largest banks, the Loch Ness monster has apparently decided to abandon its homeland and move to England as part of a contingency plan in case the Scots vote “Yes” in an upcoming independence referendum.
A photographer in Windermere caught on camera what appears to be a monster-like creature that bears an uncanny resemblance to the legendary “Nessie”, swimming around in UK’s Lake District.
James Ebdon, who works for camera firm Autographer and received the frames, said the pictures had baffled his colleagues.
“At first, we thought it was a swan or goose as we were scanning through the time-lapse – on closer look we thought it could be a larger animal like a horse with a saddle pack or something,” he told the Daily Mail.
“Then we wondered if it was an old giant eel or catfish as seen on TV documentaries. It’s not at all clear what it is though, which is why it is so interesting,” he said.
“Initially we were excited, then sceptical, and then we started laughing. Who knows what it is – maybe some kids messing about – whatever it is we will leave it to the experts.”