The wrong kind of yardage! The cheeky magpie keeps hitting the golfer's ball off the tee while trying to make his shot
- 30 year old Charlie Smith tries to set up his drive at Bromley Golf Center in Kent
- The mischievous bird defiantly pecks at the ball and keeps knocking it over
- Video went viral on social media and was liked 189.6,000 times
When a golfer shows up to take a swing, they are usually hoping for a birdie, but not the way that picks the golf ball off the tee.
30-year-old golfer Charlie Smith tries to plan his ride at Bromley Golf Center on Magpie Lane in Kent, but a cheeky bird has other plans.
The footage shows how the magpie lays claim to the tee at the sixth hole and repeatedly chops off the ball every time the golfer tries to put it on the hook.
Golfer Charlie Smith tries to set up his ride at Bromley Golf Center in Kent, but a cheeky magpie keeps knocking the ball off the tee
A confused Smith warns the magpie to behave, but the bird has no interest in obeying the video taped October 10th.
The annoyed golfer yells: "Leave her alone, go away" to the magpie who defiantly hits the ball into the grass every time.
The bird's antics are much to the delight of his friend Danny Miller, 31, who recorded the amusing moment.
When the golfer finally manages to put the ball on the tee, he says: “What are you doing? Leave it! & # 39;
Once the animal finally moves away and lets the ball stay where it is, the man thanks him before taking his shot.
But the cheeky bird is not finished yet and hangs around the golfers and comes back for one last swing.
A confused Smith warns the magpie to behave, but the bird has no interest in obeying and flies back to knock the ball over again
The golfer laughs, "Don't you dare, I swear to God," but the bird flies no time and flies towards the ball.
The bird's video went viral on social media and was liked 189.6,000 times on TikTok.
One user commented: & # 39; Magpies often push eggs out of nests. This could be what it thinks it does! Haha. & # 39;
Another joked, "I was years old today when I discovered that magpies are the cats of the bird world."