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This bull was wandering on a Florida golf course and cops are holding it. Is it yours?

The Lee County Sheriff’s Office shared photos May 19, 2019, after deputies responded to the Wildcat Run Golf and Country Club in Estero to capture a bull that was found in the nearby woods.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office shared photos May 19, 2019, after deputies responded to the Wildcat Run Golf and Country Club in Estero to capture a bull that was found in the nearby woods. Lee County Sheriff's Office

Spotting an alligator on a golf course has become just another day in Florida.

But a bull?

On Sunday, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office said deputies responded to the Wildcat Run Golf and Country Club golf course in Estero after a bull was found in the nearby woods.

“This Brangus Bull clearly did not have a membership for the Wildcat Run Golf golf course,” the department posted on social media.

The sheriff’s office said the bull was also sighted on the green. The department’s agriculture unit responded and “safely secured him for transport.”

The animal — which has not yet been claimed by its owner — will remain at a holding facility until it is claimed or put up for auction. It’s being fed and cared for, cops say.

A “monster” alligator was seen wandering across a golf course on the MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida on August 31. Local media reported that the gator had been previously seen in the area and had been nicknamed ‘Elvis’.

Carli Teproff grew up in Northeast Miami-Dade and graduated from Florida International University in 2003. She became a full-time reporter for the Miami Herald in 2005 and now covers breaking news.
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