A GOLFER is chased and attacked by a GOOSE on a course, after straying too close to the hen's nest.
Unimaginable footage have emerged that present the winged beast in flight, knocking over a younger participant whereas he runs away from his winged attacker.
The panicked lad glances over his shoulder as he scurries away, whereas the goose soars by means of the air to hunt him down.
The hen sends him head over heels together with his golf bag on his shoulder.
Feathers fly because the winged murderer grapples with the highschool pupil and he thuds towards the green on his neck.
His legs thrust into the air, in an hit extra harking back to the WWE 'suplex' than a quiet stroll round a golf course.
The previous saying that golf is merely "a great stroll spoiled" would definitely ring true for this Michigan highschool scholar.
The teenager, who attends Blissfield High Faculty, simply over an hour's drive from Detroit, was not bodily harmed within the assault.
Though he’ll take higher care in future if he hits his ball close to a nesting hen's house in future, his goose has been cooked already.
Blissfield Athletics tweeted: "The golfers simply completed teeing off and have been strolling down the green.
"To the left there was a goose nest and the golfers did an excellent job of avoiding it however the guard goose hanging out to the far proper by way of in a different way."
Twitter's response was the standard mixture of disbelief and hilarity.
Alongside a Gif of Forrest Gump sprinting, one consumer stated: "That is how I'm going to be from now on once we're golfing if I see them lol."
One other Twitter consumer @autopro didn’t see the humorous aspect of it although.
He tweeted: "This thins are imply within the spring – it’s no joke, and those that discover it "hilarious" have rotten souls – they’re heavy, fly quick, and in the event that they hit you proper they will trigger critical damage – glad the child is OK – any time I’m close to them, my driver is in my hand and I’m prepared to defend."
A GOLFER is chased and attacked by a GOOSE on a course, after straying too close to the fowl's nest.