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cavortingcheetah
19th Nov 2013, 06:20
British golfers in Mexico thoughtlessly invade reptile's habitat, which they say they didn't know existed, and then try to bludgeon the animal to death, possibly even using golf clubs, before running it over with a golf cart.
Reports are hoped for from La Asociacion Mexicana Por Los Derechos De Los Animales as well as Nosotros (http://www.pnamexico.com/) and possibly even PETA concerning these cruel interloping vandals whose thoughtless actions may have seriously damaged a poor defenseless creature.
Golfing tourist attacked by crocodile - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/centralamericaandthecaribbean/mexico/10443270/Golfing-tourist-attacked-by-crocodile.html)

500N
19th Nov 2013, 06:46
PETA will fabricate some lies to make up a story while
trying to portray themselves as pure white angles.

Krystal n chips
19th Nov 2013, 06:52
You can only commend the crocodile for both attempting to feed itself, and, far more pertinently, hoping to remove a golfer from this planet at the same time.

Perfect !

UniFoxOs
19th Nov 2013, 07:43
CC - your link is to the Telegraph but I presume your text is from the Grauniad.

Tankertrashnav
19th Nov 2013, 10:13
to portray themselves as pure white angles.

Are they the ones which measure ninety degwees? ;)

anotherthing
19th Nov 2013, 10:45
According to the Telegraph they were trying to fend off the crocodile. What complaint can the tree huggers have?

British golfers in Mexico thoughtlessly invade reptile's habitat, which they say they didn't know existedOk, so I'll give you that it is the creatures habitat, but according to the report they were on the golf course. Your sentence above makes it out as though they were traipsing about in the wilderness.

The golf course might not even have warned them of the possibility of crocodiles. I played at TPC Sawgrass and came across this beastie at the side of the fairway

http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj235/pbarronnats/DSC02359.jpg (http://s273.photobucket.com/user/pbarronnats/media/DSC02359.jpg.html)

There was nothing in the literature about the course that stated we might encounter them...

500N
19th Nov 2013, 10:51
Isn't that what golfers called a "hazard" ?

anotherthing
19th Nov 2013, 11:05
If you got there and your ball was sitting on his head, between his eyes, I think you might get a free drop. Not sure.

I also think the rules state you have to use the same ball though :}

500N
19th Nov 2013, 11:07
"If you got there and your ball was sitting on his head, between his eyes,"

It's marking where to shoot it !

MagnusP
19th Nov 2013, 11:18
Just take the shot, but make it snappy. :p

RAC/OPS
19th Nov 2013, 11:21
"If you got there and your ball was sitting on his head, between his eyes,"

Teabagging a crocodile! I'll put that on my bucket list!

500N
19th Nov 2013, 11:22
From people I know, it's a bit like golf, they are not easy !

Solid Rust Twotter
19th Nov 2013, 11:45
http://i273.photobucket.com/albums/jj235/pbarronnats/DSC02359.jpg



Awww....! Whoseagoodboythen?

He just wants his tummy tickled and to curl up in his basket with a juicy bone.:}

Lightning Mate
19th Nov 2013, 11:47
By its' eyes, I would say it's been drinking.

Cacophonix
19th Nov 2013, 11:47
A good golfer cull is just what the wilderness of golf courses need, besmirched as they are by many people in tasteless trousers, shirts, shoes and silly hats (some of which are worn backwards for God's sake)....

Kudos to the croc... :ok:

Caco

Cacophonix
19th Nov 2013, 11:48
By its' eyes, I would say it's been drinking.

Clearly making its way from the nineteenth hole...

Caco