A golf course in Australia is infested with at least a half dozen man-eating bull sharks that migrated to the lake after the river bank broke during a major flood.
According to the Huffington Post the sharks now serve as a grand attraction at the Carbrook Gold Course, as golfers pause during rounds in effort to catch a glimpse.
The sharks migrated and ended up in the lake after a riverbank broke during a major flood.
According to Sky News, children used to jump into the lake to retrieve golf balls for extra money, but for obvious reasons that doesn't happen anymore.
Examiner reports that the breaking of the river dam allowed the sharks to swim onto the course and the sharks beame stuck in the center of the Australian golf course leaving them stranded as the water receded.