So Much Nope; Huge Snake Invades Malaysian PGA Event
It was bad enough when Happy Gilmore had to take down an alligator on the tour.
But this is another monster...literally...entirely.
The CIMB Classic, help at TPC Kuala Lumpur...which, you may have guessed, took place in Kuala Lampur...was interrupted by an unexpected guest yesterday. In perhaps the scariest bit of marketing for The Jungle Book ever, a gigantic python was found on the course, just before second round play began.
The PGA Tour's official Twitter was understandably freaked out...
Play was understandably halted, not just to remove the snake from the course, but presumably also to allow anyone involved in the even to change their soiled pants. PGA's Twitter even calmed down, turning fear into funnies in a snap.
After the snake was removed, play resumed. Currently, Anirban Lahiri of India leads with a score of -19, four strokes ahead of Russell Knox and Justin Thomas. The snake, meanwhile, has likely been disqualified.
Geoff Magliocchetti is on Twitter @GeoffMags5490
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