A Bosnian man is apparently convinced aliens are out to get him — because they keep bombarding his house with meteorites.

In fact, he claims, it's been hit five times in the past five months.

The British press was abuzz Thursday morning with the strange case of Radivoje Lajic, a resident of Gornja Lamovite, a town Google appears to have never heard of except in connection to this story.

"I am obviously being targeted by extraterrestrials. I don't know what I have done to annoy them, but there is no other explanation that makes sense," Lajic told someone — the British papers give no attribution for the source.

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He said he's had to put a steel-reinforced roof on his house because of the flaming falling rocks.

"The chance of being hit by a meteorite is so small that getting hit five times has to be deliberate," insists Lajic.

He said scientists from Belgrade University in Serbia told him all five objects were meteorites, though there was no independent confirmation of that.

The old Weekly World News supermarket tabloid also featured a notable Balkan aspect; many of its more outlandish stories were reported to have taken place in Bulgaria.

• Click here for the Daily Mail story on alien-beleaguered Radivoje Lajic, and here for a virtually identical story from the Daily Telegraph.