One Aussie golfer is in need of a new driver after a giant grab attacked his clubs.
Yes, everything really is bigger and scarier Down Under.
Paul Buhner was enjoying a quiet round of golf with his mates on Christmas Island in Australia, when a huge robber crab climbed up onto one of his pal's clubs.
The Aussie bloke and his buddies had turned away for a matter of moments, but returned to their bags to find the scary creature latched onto their gear.
"Now that's what we call a robber crab," Paul said as he video taped the ordeal.
"Hello, buddy! What're you stealing? What're you stealing?
"We have not put this here. This has climbed up here while we've been putting out."
Paul then get closer to the crab and it's literally double the size of his entire hand.
In a second clip, the bunch of mates try to safely extract the rather expensive clubs from the crab's pincers - although they failed miserably.
"Al might lose a finger here and that would be hilarious," Paul joked.
"I'd help you, but it's one of those moments where it's heaps funny to watch."
One of the clubs then completely snaps in half under the pressure of the giant crab.
"Just let him have it, mate," one of the other golfer's said.
"He's beaten us."
It's understood the blokes were only on the sixth hole, so the unlucky fella that had his driver shattered probably would have had to borrow his one of his mates' ones for the remainder of the day.
Truly rotten luck for him, although the video itself makes for frightening viewing.
Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Kerry Buhner
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