Giant waterspout 'tornado' spotted in Spain
A Spanish resident captured the moment a huge waterspout formed just south of the city of Valencia.
The tornado-like phenomenon is thought to have had wind speeds of more than 50 mph. Thankfully for locals the massive column of water remained over the Mediterranean Sea rather than heading inland.
The video was filmed during a major storm that struck the city on November 26.
While it reportedly "terrified" tourists and locals, it didn't cause any damage.
Waterspouts are common in tropical and subtropical waters such as Florida, United States, but are a rare occurrence off the coast of Spain.