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Mr Wood said: 'I know electric cars are trendy at the minute but people need to be aware of the dangers.'It [the set-up in the picture] is just dangerous isn't it?
There was no confrontation of any kind.'The gentleman watched me go then just went back inside his house.The image clearly shows the heavy-duty car charger connected to a long cable reel hub that sits on the gravel path apparently drenched in rain, with the extension lead trailing off towards the resident's front door.Mr Wood slammed the owner, claiming that charging the vehicle in this way in the rain could have electrocuted him or another passerby.I suppose he must have noticed I was taking a photo of his car.'The electricity was running and it's just not something you mess about with is it?'Mr Wood says that whilst electric cars are the future, proper precautions should be taken while charging. It gets me to work and back.'I think electric cars are definitely the way forward it just needs to be done much more safely.Researcher Robert Hastings, who has written on the subject, explained that so far the aliens appeared interested in ‘mere surveillance’ but warned they seemed to have gone further in some instances.
‘At long last, all of these witnesses are coming forward to say that, as unbelievable as it may seem to some, UFOs have long monitored and sometimes tampered with our nukes,’ he added.
‘They’re often known as UFOs, you could call them that.‘The U. Air Force is lying about the national security implications of unidentified aerial objects at nuclear bases and we can prove it,’ he said.
The former officer said he witnessed such an event first-hand on March 16, 1967, at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana.
I personally think they’re not from planet Earth.’ Colonel Charles Halt claims to have seen a UFO at RAF Bentwaters, near Ipswich, one of the few bases in the UK to hold nuclear weapons.
The sighting is said to have taken place 30 years ago.
The i3 can take up to 12 hours to charge using a 13amp domestic supply.