Raining Sharks in California

You know what I hate? When you are about to tee off and a 2ft friggin shark (No, not Greg Norman silly) comes sailing through the air and makes you shank your shot. I really friggin hate that. A leopard shark was found thrashing around on the 12th tee of a golf course in Southern California after having apparently been plucked from the ocean and dropped on the tee by some dumbass seabird. A quick thinking golf marshall grabbed the shark, threw it in his golf buggy and took it back to the clubhouse where it was thrown into a bucket of water until someone realised it was a salt water creature. Quick, pass us the table salt.

A golfer then volunteered to drive the shark (in the bucket) back to the ocean where it played dead for awhile before swimming off into the wide blue yonder. Sheez, a chicken soup for the soul moment.

Psst Oh for crying out loud, in Australia it would have been a friggin great white!!!!

Thanks to Craig Berry for this shark tale.


Filed under Friggin Wildlife, Well I Never

7 responses to “Raining Sharks in California

  1. There are great whites off the California coast (where I grew up) as well. Another reason to move from LA into the wilds of Nevada. Although we do have rednecks here, which can be equally deadly and frightening

    • Androgoth

      I bet you never saw a
      Great White teeing of on
      the 12th hole unless it
      was a fat assed cat, and
      then that is not a fish so
      there 🙂 lmao

  2. Androgoth

    Well it would have drowned
    anyway, as Sharks have to keep
    swimming all the time 😦

  3. Binky

    I’m surprised it wasn’t rushed to the kitchen.

  4. So the shark got a birdie…eagle or albatross?

  5. talk about a fish out of water !

  6. Free shark & they let it go. Don’t they have a BBQ at the golf club???

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