A sweet-toothed ghost has been blamed after a packet of Fruit Roll-Ups" appeared to be "thrown" from a supermarket shelf after closing hours.
Security cameras have shown how the item was found around six metres from its original location on the floor of the IGA store in Adelaide, despite no-one being present.
Watching one of the store's cameras will show the item suddenly appearing on the floor, while two of the others show the item falling to the ground, suggesting some kind of trigger movement.
This has led store owner Norm Hurst to believe that supernatural beings could be at work, telling the Advertiser newspaper he thinks the 'ghost has a sweet tooth'.
Upon buying the store, Mr Hurst had been warned about a supernatural presence and he admitted that some 'strange things' have happened.
However, Mr Hurst added: 'I think it's pretty cool actually, it [the ghost] hasn't done anything nasty.'
The co-founder of Adelaide Paranormal Detectives, Jessica Pulvirenti, shored up the pro-ghost argument by claiming that the footage seemed to be genuine.
She added that it didn't look as though there were any wires around the product and also had a few tips for moving on nuisance spirits.
These included capturing electronic voice phenomena as well as prayers and cleansing rituals.
The video has been a hit on YouTube while the events were also featured on Australia's Sunrise program.
Source: Metro UK