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News // Video shows giant robber crab snapping a driver in half (golfweek.usatoday.com)

Have you ever felt a little crabby and wanted to snap a club on the golf course? Wait until you hear this one.

After playing the sixth hole during a round on Australia’s Christmas Island back in October 2020, a group returned to their bags to find a massive crab clinging to one of the golf bags (especially the driver).

“And that’s why we call them a robber crab,” said a man in the video which re-surfaced on social media on Sunday. “We have not put this here, this has climbed up here while we’ve been putting out.”

Also known as a coconut crab, robber crabs can weigh up to 9 lbs., and grow to three feet. What would you do if you came back to your bag and saw this?

Warning: Some language is NSFW.

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