Yeti ‘is an alien sent to earth to watch over things’ claims Russian council’s deputy leader who insists he’s seen it several times

A Russian official has claimed that the yeti is an ‘extraterrestrial’ being sent to Earth to watch over things.

Claimed sightings: Siberian councillor Igor Idimeshev insisted he has seen yetis ‘several times’

Igor Idimeshev, 48, deputy head of Sheregesh’s local council in Siberia, insisted he has seen the creature – dismissed by most scientists as legend – several times.

Mr Idimeshev’s comments come as his district in the Shoria Mountain area of Keremovo, is setting up a resort dedicated to the Abominable Snowman following a succession of claimed sightings.

He told the Siberian Times: ‘I’ve seen this creature several times.

‘And when I saw the yeti’s eyes my only thought was that they are not from Earth – they are clearly of an extraterrestrial nature.

‘To me, the yeti is an extraterrestrial creature. I believe that it is like a controller to look over things here on Earth.’

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