A meteorite the size of a grapefruit has smashed though the roof of a house in New Zealand.
The space rock bounced off the sofa, hit the ceiling again and then rolled under the computer.
Scientists say the 1.3kg rock was travelling at 500 km/h when it struck the house in Auckland. It's the ninth meteorite ever recorded there.
Luckily no one was injured in the hit, which ripped through the building at breakfast time on Saturday.
Home owner Brenda Archer was in the kitchen when the rock crashed into her front room.
"There was just a huge explosion and we looked around and there was just dust everywhere.
"I'm just glad no one was sitting on the couch because they would have got absolutely crowned," said Mrs Archer.