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Tue May 03 10:43:03 SAST 2016

Crop circle clarification

Staff reporter | 15 August, 2013 07:53
ALIENS? A crop circle, about 50m in diameter, was spotted on the outskirts of a farm near Tarlton, West Rand, on Monday.
Image by: WYNAND KEMP

Ben 10 is up to mischief again. This time the cartoon character has left his mark on a farm near Tarlton in Gauteng.

Cartoon Network yesterday announced that the crop circle that reportedly baffled a Gauteng farmer, a pilot and a specialised company was a joint marketing campaign by Arcay Burson-Marsteller and HDI Youth Marketeers for the launch of the second season of Ben 10 Omniverse.

On Tuesday, "farmer" Rudie Fett and "pilot" Wynand Kemp said a crop circle, which resembles the cartoon character's "omnitrix" watch, sprang up overnight.

The stunt follows last year's campaign, which created a buzz around UFO sightings in Johannesburg.

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