Soldiers from the Lebanese Armed Forces claimed Wednesday to have a found a rock concealing an Israeli spying device in the south of the country.
The army said it found the device in the town of Bani Hayan, around four kilometers from the border with Israel.
According to a report in Al Manar, a Hezbollah-affiliated media, the device included a camera and four batteries.
In a short video clip released by the Lebanese army, a shiny surface appearing to be the lens of a camera can be seen through an opening in what appears to be an artificial rock made out of fiberglass.
Thick cables can be seen exiting the artificial rock and running on the surrounding rubble.