Employees of a golf club in California, US. have rescued a shark which appeared to have fallen on a golf course from the sky, a media report said.
The leopard shark, measuring two feet in length, was found by an employee at San Juan Hills Golf Club Monday afternoon, according to the Capistrano Dispatch newspaper.
The employee picked it up, put it into the back of his golf cart and drove it to the clubhouse.
Describing the incident as "the weirdest thing that's happened here", director of club operations Melissa McCormack suggested the shark could have been picked out of the Pacific Ocean by a predatory bird and dropped onto the course as "he was found bleeding from puncture wounds near its dorsal fin."
The shark was briefly placed in a bucket filled with salted fresh water and later released back into the ocean.