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'Yeti' filmed on slopes of Spanish ski resort


Posted on Sunday, 7 February, 2016 | Comment icon 41 comments

Is there a Yeti roaming the Pyrenees ? Image Credit: CC BY 3.0 Philippe Semeria
A woefully unconvincing Abominable Snowman has turned up in footage recorded at Formigal in Spain.
The creature, which looks suspiciously like a man wearing a Yeti costume, was allegedly seen roaming the slopes of the popular resort where it was caught on camera by a tourist.


"This morning skiing in Formigal with friends we've come across this," the man wrote. "What the hell is it? We've told the ski resort but they haven't taken us seriously."

"I bet there's something on the loose out there. I know what I saw."

The image managed to generate so much attention on social media that the ski resort ended up having to comb its slopes in an effort to reassure visitors that there wasn't anything there.

"We have spoken to the witnesses of the sighting to identify the area in which it took place and after combing the area we have found nothing," said a spokesman. "We believe therefore that there is no cause for alarm and that visitors' security is guaranteed."

The video footage - all three seconds of it - can be viewed below.


Source: Sky News | Comments (41)

Tags: Yeti, Snowman


 
Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #32 Posted by Thorvir Hrothgaard on 9 February, 2016, 23:24
Typical human ignorance. So, you're not human then? Please elaborate. This ought to be downright entertaining. Get the popcorn, fellow posters.
Comment icon #33 Posted by Glacknor on 10 February, 2016, 8:15
I just saw this on TMZ, it must be legit!
Comment icon #34 Posted by Galego on 10 February, 2016, 13:07
http://www.lavanguardia.com/natural/si-existe/20160210/302045775992/yeti-formigal-youtube-cazado.html Some newspapers are assuring that the ski resort staff and Prosegur (a private security) company have killed the "yeti". They have videos of the alleged transport of the corpse. Personally, I think it's a marketing campaign orcherstred by Aramón Formigal. And by the way, Snow Beast in spanish is Bestia de las Nieves. Google translate sucks, people .
Comment icon #35 Posted by Oniomancer on 10 February, 2016, 15:17
http://www.lavanguar...ube-cazado.html Some newspapers are assuring that the ski resort staff and Prosegur (a private security) company have killed the "yeti". They have videos of the alleged transport of the corpse. Personally, I think it's a marketing campaign orcherstred by Aramón Formigal. And by the way, Snow Beast in spanish is Bestia de las Nieves. Google translate sucks, people . Look at that puny little thing. They must be going for the Jaws 3 approach now.
Comment icon #36 Posted by RobertaStack on 10 February, 2016, 20:29
That was just the baby yeti they killed. Now the mother's coming and she's p***ed. You ain't seen nothin' yeti.
Comment icon #37 Posted by DieChecker on 11 February, 2016, 6:02
http://www.lavanguar...ube-cazado.html Some newspapers are assuring that the ski resort staff and Prosegur (a private security) company have killed the "yeti". They have videos of the alleged transport of the corpse. Personally, I think it's a marketing campaign orcherstred by Aramón Formigal. And by the way, Snow Beast in spanish is Bestia de las Nieves. Google translate sucks, people . Poor Pedro goes for a walk in his new white ski suit and some one shoots him for it.
Comment icon #38 Posted by Galego on 11 February, 2016, 16:12
http://www.elmundo.es/f5/2016/02/11/56bc6a3fe2704e75558b4695.html As I said, it was a viral marketing campaign. Orchestrated by Aramón Formigal (the ski resort) and the ski glasses brand Hawkers.
Comment icon #39 Posted by Dino-Mario on 24 February, 2016, 4:21
Well, for a viral campaign, you have to admit it was pretty nicely done
Comment icon #40 Posted by Earl.Of.Trumps on 25 February, 2016, 18:55
Management did a search on the slopes and found no footprints. Adios, amigo! FAKE
Comment icon #41 Posted by Galego on 26 February, 2016, 19:44
Management did a search on the slopes and found no footprints. Adios, amigo! FAKE Of course it's fake. As I pointed out earlier, it was a marketing campaign orchestrated by the ski resort and a brand of ski glasses. I understand that the links I provided are from spanish newspapers, and are, of course, in Spanish. I'm aware that not everyone can read Spanish. But c'mon. Why are we still paying attention to this bull****? It's a ******* publicity stunt. Let's forget it and move on, and stop giving the idiots behind the whole thing the attention they seek.


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