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Aussie Golf Legend Greg Norman Sends Fans Into Meltdown With Seemingly Innocent Social Media Post

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Aussie Golf Legend Greg Norman Sends Fans Into Meltdown With Seemingly Innocent Social Media Post

Australian golfer Greg Norman has set social media on fire with a seemingly innocent picture.

You'd think a lovely picture of you walking your dog wouldn't attract much attention, however an unfortunate (or fortunate, depending on how you look at it) gust of wind has given rise to something else.

The Shark uploaded the image onto Instagram with the beautiful caption: "A man and his dog on a Sunday."


The 65-year-old was strolling alongside his dog on Jupiter Island in Florida, but viewers could help notice the imprint of Norman's schlong in his board shorts.

One person reacted, saying: "Damn Greg save it for the OnlyFans. Absolute unit!"

Another added: "Careful, your dog thinks you're hiding a stick!"

A third said: "A man and his doNg on a Sunday."


A fourth, just for good measure, wrote: "Struth! How's the Dusty Johnson on ya, Greg?"

He hasn't yet mentioned the interesting picture on any other platform but no doubt he's received loads of new followers after uploading the picture.

Credit: Greg Norman/Instagram
Credit: Greg Norman/Instagram

Greg admitted that he enjoys getting to walk around naked when he's at home. Speaking to ESPN two years ago, the Shark said: "I work out a minimum of five days a week, sometimes six days. I always take at least one day off.


"I have a full gym at my house. I built it. It's got a cardio room, a full weight room, free weights, all that stuff.

"It's not a big deal to me, right? At the end of the day, I do enjoy keeping fit at my age. I don't have any ego about me, but I do love having a fit life."

Norman attracted other types of headlines in the lead up to the 2020 US Election when he endorsed Donald Trump for another four years in office.

The golfer said it made sense, from a business perspective, to keep Trump in the White House after seeing his track record during his first administration.


He told The Australian: "[From] my business perspective, he's done a phenomenal job," Norman said. "He has ­pretty much stuck to all his promises he made when he was elected.

"Very few people who are elected as president follow through on their promises. Yes, he is bombastic; yes, he has a different style; but to see him actually commit to his word about what he wants to do is actually pretty impressive.

"And it's having a domino effect on the American economy, it has a domino effect on people I employ."

Featured Image Credit: Greg Norman/Instagram

Topics: Golf, Aussie, Australia

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