Inside the mind of madcap England cricket ace Andrew Flintoff who claims half the staff at Greggs could be ALIENS

MADCAP England cricket hero Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff is convinced aliens live among us and the moon landings were faked.

The batty Top Gear host, 40 — who has admitted believing the Earth is flat — also reckons a ghostly girl asked him for a photo.

 In his new book, Freddie Flintoff claims that a ghost asked him for a photo whilst he was at a hotel room in Ireland

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In his new book, Freddie Flintoff claims that a ghost asked him for a photo whilst he was at a hotel room in Ireland

He says in his new book: “I do think there are aliens among us. Why wouldn’t there be, when they reckon there are about 100billion stars in our galaxy alone? For all we know, Burnley might be riddled with them. Half the staff at Greggs might be aliens.”

He questions if the moon landings happened, adding: “A theory is Neil Armstrong, Buzz and the other lads got spooked. But I don’t think they went in the first place.”

Freddie, who has been teetotal for five years, goes on: “There must be a designer (of the world).”

New book Do You Know What? Life According to Freddie Flintoff also details his spooky encounter.

 Flintoff says he believes aliens are real in his new book titled Do You Know What? Life According to Freddie Flintoff

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Flintoff says he believes aliens are real in his new book titled Do You Know What? Life According to Freddie Flintoff

The father of three recalls: “When I was in Ireland, I was in bed in my hotel room, at about 1am, and I heard giggling.

Then I heard the door opening. A girl’s head popped around and she said, ‘Could I have a photograph?’.”
The next morning the manager told him: “That’ll be the ghost.”

Freddie even gives his views on noise and smells from toilets. “Whoever invented the downstairs loo needs shooting. Airplanes are even worse, because you’re taking a dump about 2ft from people preparing food or eating their tea.”

But he says service station toilets are the pits as he has to deal with “someone winking at me as they come out of the trap, as if to say, ‘That might be the best dump I’ve ever done — follow that’.”

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MADCAP England cricket hero Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff is convinced aliens live among us and the moon landings were faked.