A local fisherman has been left with a rare case of crabfish poisoning after he and his partner found a large number of the fish in a barrel of water in their yard.
Drunk crabfish are one of the most toxic of all crabs.
The local fisherman and his team discovered a large quantity of crabs in a container in their driveway while on a fishing trip.
They told the local paper that the crabs were about 3 feet long and weighed about 200 pounds.
As the local newspaper reported, the local police and local wildlife officers quickly determined that there was a significant amount of crab in the barrel.
It was later determined that the crab was drunk and was taken into custody by the local wildlife officer.
According to the local authorities, the crabs are believed to have come from a pond in the village of Fowlers Bay, which is just 20 miles (32 kilometers) from where the fisherman lives.
Fowlers Harbour is a small fishing village in South Wales.
The local wildlife agency said the local area has been experiencing a lot of crabbing activity in recent months.
Authorities say that crabbing is not a common practice in the area, which includes the town of Wrexham, which has an annual crab population of about 1,000 to 1,500 crabs.
The crab population in Wrexman is also on the decline.
In 2015, a crab in Wneford, England, was found to have been poisoned with a poison called N-methyl-N-phenylcarbamate.
That crab had been caught by a fisherman from a nearby town, who caught it with a netting and then sold it to a local restaurant.
The fisherman later confessed that he had poisoned the crab.
A similar incident in March of last year saw a fisherman caught with a large crab weighing nearly 1,600 pounds.