A seagull was spotted dribbling Madelene Sagstrom's golf ball back down the 1st fairway in the final round of the AIG Women's Open at Carnoustie on Sunday.
The footage was captured on social media by on-course reporter Kay Cockerill - WATCH what happened below:
Under the Rules of Golf, a player is able to replace their ball from where it first came to rest, and so the Swede - with the help of those watching on from behind the ropes - was able to play her second shot as normal and without penalty.
Rule 11 the golf rule handbook states: "If your ball is moved by an outside influence, such as an animal or a spectator, there is no penalty to anyone and the ball must be replaced. If your ball is moved by a natural force, such as wind, water, or gravity, you will usually play the ball from its new location without penalty.
"When your ball in motion is accidentally deflected or stopped, there is no penalty and you will normally play the ball from wherever it lies. This includes when your ball accidentally strikes your body or your equipment."
Sagstrom went on to par the opener en route to a solid round of 3-under 68, however, she was left to rue a bogey at the tough 18th hole as she would go on to lose the tournament by just one shot to Anna Nordqvist.
Seagull interruptions on the course are not uncommon.
The one that stands out most in our memories is Steve Lowery's ball getting pinched on the iconic Island Green par-3 17th at TPC Sawgrass during the 1998 Players Championship, only to then be dropped in the water.