The municipality of Texcoco, Mexico had been visited by aliens with the appearance of crop circles on Christmas Eve, according to some UFO and alien believers. The so-called alien work is attracting hundreds of people who are coming to the site.
However, the crop circle patterns are not that perfect when compared to the ones that have formed in other parts of the world. So, people are now joking online, particularly in social media, that drunken ETs made them.
A few of the locals in rural community in the Texcoco municipality came forward saying that they saw mysterious brilliant lights in the overcast sky on Christmas Eve, with unknown figures lurking in the field of crops, Russia Today reported.
Some people who observed the strange activity in the field went to the site on the morning of Christmas Day and saw the crop patterns. El Universal, a Mexican newspaper, reported that locals contacted police to report the presence of extraterrestrials in farming areas and several figures in the crops.
Mexican police officers still clueless on the culprit and many theories have emerged from different sources as to who designed the crop patterns. Mexican Tiempo website says one of the popular theories is that alien visitors in UFOs created the mysterious patterns.
But Mexican social media are filled with a joke that the designs were made by aliens that had been drinking because of their irregular shape.
Some also believe that mythical creatures known as chupacabras or goat suckers were responsible for the crop circles.
Meanwhile, scientific-minded people also could not explain how winds or even pranksters could have been created such patterns in the Christmas season.