Two people have been injured after two large pigs charged on to a UK golf course.
The hogs caused chaos by storming the green and knocking over bags.
Club professional David Mckidd, 40, said the two black pigs were first spotted on the course, in West Yorkshire on Sunday, injuring a golfer by causing cuts to his leg.
They later returned to the Lightcliffe Golf Club, Calderdale, on Tuesday and injured a male worker at the club who had attempted to usher them off the course.
Both people suffered minor injuries on their legs and were treated in hospital for protection against tetanus, Mr Mckidd said.
The pigs damaged one of the greens by digging small holes before being caught by police on Knowle Top Road yesterday.
The club was forced to close last night (Tuesday 23 November) for safety measures but has since reopened.
Wildlife interrupting games of golf can be a common occurrence in some countries – especially for professional golfers.
There have been many occasions where alligators have been spotted resting on courses during tournaments in places like Florida, for example.
Last month, Australian golfer Wendy Powick was interrupted when a gang of kangaroos bounced onto the course.
She was held up as they bounded down the fairway before settling right in front of her at the Arundel Hills Country Club in the Gold Coast.
The animals eventually got restless and moved on to another area of the course, and Powick was able to continue with the rest of her round, reports the Mirror.