Do not disturb takes on new meaning in a billybog in Australia.
Best to leave sleeping crocs lie, even Captain Hook knew that.
A crocodile in northern Australia has chased a storm-clearance worker up a tree and made off with his chainsaw.
The 4.4m (14.5ft) saltwater crocodile called Brutus apparently took exception to the noise of the saw.
The worker was clearing a tree that fell on the crocodile enclosure at the Corroboree Park Tavern, 80km (50 miles) east of the northern city of Darwin.
Tavern co-owner Linda Francis said: "Fred virtually gave him the chainsaw, shoved it at him.
"It was still going and he took the chainsaw onto the ground and proceeded to smash it and it stalled. The crocodile didn't cut himself, just broke a few teeth."
Mr Shappert said the saw was destroyed.
"He chewed on the chainsaw for about an hour-and-a-half, then we finally got it out."Saltwater crocodiles are known to attack small boats, apparently disturbed by the sound of outboard motors.
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